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Our Recycling Centres currently accept over 25 types of household waste for recycling for free including:
- Small electrical appliances, TVs, fridges and freezers
- Batteries, printer cartridges, mobile phones, light bulbs, car batteries
- Books, cardboard, paper
- Mixed glass, flat glass
- , Plastic bottles, tubs, pots and food trays
- Hard plastics,
- Garden waste
- Spectacles, cartons/TetraPak, Tassimo Pods
- Cooking oil, engine oil, gas cannisters
- DVDs and CDs,
- Furniture, bicycles,
Yes, as long as these items are from your own home, you can take them to any Suffolk Recycling Centre and place them in the non-recyclable container.
If you need a hand, please ask a member of staff at the site.
Recycling Centres are open 6 days a week (closed Wednesdays). The hours are 9am-4pm in the winter (October to March) and 9am-5pm in the summer (April to September). There is late night opening from May to August on Thursday evenings until 7pm.
Customer surveys showed a demand to increase weekend hours and offer late night opening. In order to meet this demand a review of opening hours was completed. opening hours were. After consultation with the public, the decision was made to close sites on Wednesdays, the quietest day, in order to be able to increase hours at weekends and on Thursday evenings in the summer
Household waste from your own home is accepted free of charge. Hardcore, rubble, soil, plasterboard, and trade (business) waste are not classified as household waste and therefore a charge is made for these items at all Suffolk Recycling Centres.
For More info visit our Recycling Centre page:
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Have you checked our A – Z of Recycling to find out what to do with most items? It is full of info on reducing, reusing, recycling, composting and disposing of a range of items across Suffolk.
District/borough council – for missed bins, replacement bins and other services:
Suffolk County Council waste – for Recycling Centres, waste disposal and further information.