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A-Z of how to recycle or dispose of your household waste

Have your say on Nottinghamshire Recycling Centres

Each year we hold a customer satisfaction survey at all of our Recycling Centres. If you missed the chance to have your say in person, let us know what you think in our online survey.

There are a whole host of items that can be recycled or disposed of at our Recycling centres. In many cases small amounts can be recycled by the collections from your home or at local recycling banks.

There are also some items that cannot be taken to the recycling centres, but needs specialist disposal, such as asbestos.

ItemAccepted at recycling centre?Look forFurther details
TelephonesYesElectrical recyclingSome district councils provide recycling banks for small household electrical items. Mobile phones can also be donated to charity. Mobile phones...
TelevisionsYesElectrical recyclingThere is a separate container for televisions at the Recycling Centres.
TextilesYesMixed textilesTextiles collected at Recycling Centres will either be sent for reuse or recycling. Please make sure that textiles are clean. Textiles in good...
TilesYesHardcore and rubble recyclingThis waste is not considered to be household waste and is usually disposed of by tradespeople carrying out renovations, for which they include a...
ToastersYesElectrical recyclingSmall electrical items like toasters and sandwich makers etc. can be taken to any Recycling Centre. Some district councils also provide recycling...
TreesYesGarden waste recyclingThis only applies to trees that you have pruned or felled yourself on your own property. If a tree surgeon or gardener has carried out this work on...
TurfYesGarden waste recycling Please note: a permit system is in operation for household waste taken to Recycling Centres in a van, pick-up, car-towed trailer or sign written...
TyresNo  Car tyres cannot be taken to Recycling Centres and they should also not be put in your waste wheeled bin. Most car repair garages will take your old...
Vacuum cleanersYesElectrical recyclingIf your vacuum cleaner is in good working order, you could donate it to a furniture reuse group.
Video tapesYes, but not recycledHousehold wasteIf your video tapes are in good condition, you could donate them to a charity shop. Otherwise, put them in your waste wheeled bin.

Find out what you can recycle at Recyclenow

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