Recycling waste

What can and can't be recycled: 

Yes Please No Thanks
Paper - all clean dry paper Wrapping Paper - this is often heavily decorated with foil, glitter and ribbons
Tins - including biscuit tins Polystyrene
Cans - all drinks cans Food waste
Plastic bottles - no other  plastic Plastic pots, tubs, trays and wrapping
Cardboard - including Christmas cards - but not glittered ones please General waste
Aerosols - empty ones only please Bubble wrap






Here you can view our recycling made easy leaflet that guides you on what you can and can't recycle. 

Do you know what plastics can be recycled in your blue bin?

Watch this short video and take the test to see if you're recycling all the right plastics.

Blue recycling bin 

Recycling has never been easier!  Simply place these items clean, dry and loose in your blue bin and put out for collection:

  • Plastic bottles    
  • Tins    
  • Cans    
  • Paper (Please note: Shredded paper cannot be recycled, and must go in your waste bin).    
  • Card  (Cardboard boxes should be flattened and placed next to your blue bin for collection)  

Here you can view what else can and can't be recycled in your blue recycling bin and view useful information on understanding recycling labels

Glass Crate

We collect all glass bottles and jars from your household in a separate green crate to your general blue recycling bin.  

Glass crate collection involves a lot of manual handling and therefore we ask you only to use boxes provided by Hart District Council and do not over fill your box to reduce risk of injury and spillage. 

You may have more than one crate and these are currently free. If you would prefer a wheeled bin for your glass collection we can supply a 140 litre bin for £32.59. Please contact us to order a crate or bin

Recycling Centres and Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRCs)

These sites along with charity shops and furniture reuse shops are now closed.  If you have items you were intending to take please store them safely at home, do not leave them outside shops.  

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