18 Nov 2014

Electrical Items

electrical-items

Recycling electrical items, batteries and light bulbs

Any electrical item that’s powered by a battery or a plug is known in the recycling world as WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment).

  • Electrical Recycling Points – take your small household electrical items to special recycling points across the city
  • Recycling Batteries – what to do with household batteries
  • Energy Saving Light Bulbs – information and advice on safely disposing of energy saving light bulbs
  • Take Back Schemes – find your local shop offering a take back scheme

Small WEEE items include many household objects such as:

  • personal care items – hairdryers, electric razors, electric toothbrushes
  • DIY equipment – drills, sanders, electric screwdrivers
  • gadgets – computers, MP3 players, mobile phones, headphones
  • kitchen and homeware – irons, blenders, kettles, toasters

Large WEEE items include fridges, freezers, washing machines, tumble dryers and dishwashers. These can be reused or recycled at our recycling centres or through retailer take back schemes.

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