Welcome to Recycling.co.uk - the heart of recycling!
At 'The Heart of Recycling' you can find out what can be recycled and what can't.
Simply select the item that you want to know about from the menu and we will provide clear advice and tips to guide you.Visit our Recycle Guide and read Recycling Tips here »
Find your nearest recycling centre here.
Simply enter your full postcode into our 'where to recycle' box to view a comprehensive list of local recycling locations in your area.read more »
Mother nature started recycling way before we did
She employs a massed force of tiny creatures, some invisible to the naked eye to chew, nosh and mash their way through your garden and household waste to produce nutritious, sweet smelling compost, a must for all green fingered gardeners.read more »
Recycling.co.uk is the heart of recycling in the UK!
If you're looking for advice and tips on how to go green and recycle more, you've come to the right place! We can tell you what you can recycle, and exactly how you can recycle it!
Although we're pretty recycling savvy, we're always interested to hear new tips from eco-friendly folks, so if you've got exciting new ideas on how to reduce, reuse and recycle more, we'd love to hear them! Whether your ideas are plain, simple and sensible or downright crazy and green in the extreme, you can share them here - tell us how you live the three 'R's at home, in the office or on the go. Doesn't matter whether you do it on your own or with friends and family - if you reduce, reuse or recycle, let us know! We'll publish the best of your tips and tricks here on Recycling.co.uk, so get writing!
Use our Recycling tools for FREE!
Whether we're talking about a personal website, a busy blog or an official company or council website, you can get free advice from the Recycling.co.uk team on how to promote the reduce, reuse and recycle ethos to your visitors. You can add our Recycling Centre Locator tool to your website simply by clicking here - register your interest and we'll send you the source code so you can help your visitors to find their nearest recycling centre.
You can even add our snazzy Heart of Recycling logo to your site to show your visitors what a lean green recycling machine you are!
Recycle anything and everything - and maybe even help a charity!
Here on Recycling.co.uk, you'll also find tips on how to reuse and recycle anything from yoghurt pots to Christmas trees - we're pretty imaginative! Plus, we're proud to be supporting with new community dotcom schemes Furniture Donation Network and Bulky Waste, so if you're looking to recycle or reuse your old furniture and help out a UK charity, read on!
Good quality used furniture...
We support Furniture Donation Network, a community dotcom project that aims to make it easy for people across the UK to reuse and recycle good quality used furniture, while helping out UK charities!
If you want to recycle your good quality used furniture, why not log on to the Furniture Donation Network website and choose a collection time? Collections are free of charge and your items will find a new home with someone who otherwise might not be able to afford to furnish their home.
Battered and bruised used furniture...
If you've got furniture items that are a little bit more 'well loved' - and perhaps a bit battered or bruised (or completely trashed!) - you should try the Bulky Waste collection service!
For a small fee - which helps to fund the service and benefit UK charities - the Bulky Waste team will come and pick your items up from your doorstep. Bulky Waste guarantees collection of your unwanted items, regardless of their condition, so you can just book a collection and relax! Some of the items may be able to be restored, but the team will recycle as many of the other items as possible instead of sending them straight to landfill, like many other collection services.
Recycling.co.uk is proud to support Community Dotcoms such as Bulky Waste and Furniture Donation Network.
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