Recycling Hearing Aids
Pass on your old hearing aid and help children around the world
Can I recycle hearing aids?
No. Your local recycling centre won’t accept hearing aids for recycling and they can’t be collected as part of your local authority’s kerbside schemes. However, there are other organisations that can reuse them.
What can I do with them?
The Lions Clubs International Hearing Aid Bank Program (HARP) aims to address the hearing needs of children and others around the world and to establish an international hearing aid recycling program to promote the collection, refurbishing and distribution of donated hearing aids. They collect old, used and unused hearing aids (regardless of size, condition or age).
Send these aids to:HELP THE CHILDREN HEAR PO Box 98 Caldwell, NJ, 07006
For more information visit: http://www.lionsclubs.org/EN/content/programs_hear_recyclepolicy.shtml
What Can Be Recycled?
Latest Recycling News
Many of us do our bit for the environment at home by putting garden waste on the compost heap and bottles in the bottle bank. But what about when we’re at work? Here are some tips on how to be eco-friendly in the workplace...
Yes, you heard correct, number plates! Did you know that number plates on cars, motorbikes and other vehicles are one of the most lucrative items that you can recycle from a vehicle before it gets scrapped?