Brentwood Borough Council Waste and Recycling - Recycling

Brentwood Borough Council Waste and Recycling - Recycling

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Recycling

The annual sack delivery commenced on Thursday 2 March 2017 and usually takes us between 6 – 8 weeks to complete delivering to all householders within the borough. Details of local stockists of recycling sacks are provided on the Food Waste, Garden Waste and Paper, Cardboard Plastic and Cans web pages.

The delivery will consist of the following: 1 roll of orange sacks (52 sacks per roll), 1 roll of food waste bags (25 bags per roll), Information flyer regarding Waste and Recycling and includes calendar, Community tree flyer.

How do I recycle?

From nappies to Christmas trees, mobile phones to inkjet cartridges, this is a brief guide to those recyclables not included in your usual kerbside collection.

Recycling Centre (Civic Amenity) Opening Times

Find out the opening times for the Coxtie Green and Mountnessing Recycling Centres.

Find your collection day

Discover what day your household refuse, recycling and food waste will be collected.

Recycle food waste

Learn how you can recycle your food waste, food waste frequently asked questions, find out where your food waste goes and the benefits of this service.

Recycle garden waste

Lease a brown wheelie bin, find out where to buy official compostable garden waste sacks or how to compost your garden waste.

Recycle glass

See what can go in and what must stay out of your red box.

Recycle paper, cardboard, plastic and cans

Find out how you can recycle over half of your household waste by using the orange sack for dry recyclables, what can and cannot go in your sack and where to get more sacks if you run out.

What can I take to a Recycling Site?

See recycling bring site locations and details of how and where to recycle paper, cardboard, plastics, cans (in orange sacks), textiles, glass, shoes and small electrical appliances.

What can I take to a Recycling Centre (Civic Amenity)?

See recycling centre (civic amenity) locations, where you can recycle cans, car batteries, cooking oil, engine oil, cardboard, glass, garden waste, household appliances, metal, paper, plastic bottles, textiles, hardcore, soil

How can I reduce my waste?

Find out how to create less waste and save time and money.

Make the most out of surplus items

Find out where you can pass on or gain unwanted items whilst benefiting the local community.

Breadcrumb, my location

Recycling

The annual sack delivery commenced on Thursday 2 March 2017 and usually takes us between 6 – 8 weeks to complete delivering to all householders within the borough. Details of local stockists of recycling sacks are provided on the Food Waste, Garden Waste and Paper, Cardboard Plastic and Cans web pages.

The delivery will consist of the following: 1 roll of orange sacks (52 sacks per roll), 1 roll of food waste bags (25 bags per roll), Information flyer regarding Waste and Recycling and includes calendar, Community tree flyer.

How do I recycle?

From nappies to Christmas trees, mobile phones to inkjet cartridges, this is a brief guide to those recyclables not included in your usual kerbside collection.

Recycling Centre (Civic Amenity) Opening Times

Find out the opening times for the Coxtie Green and Mountnessing Recycling Centres.

Find your collection day

Discover what day your household refuse, recycling and food waste will be collected.

Recycle food waste

Learn how you can recycle your food waste, food waste frequently asked questions, find out where your food waste goes and the benefits of this service.

Recycle garden waste

Lease a brown wheelie bin, find out where to buy official compostable garden waste sacks or how to compost your garden waste.

Recycle glass

See what can go in and what must stay out of your red box.

Recycle paper, cardboard, plastic and cans

Find out how you can recycle over half of your household waste by using the orange sack for dry recyclables, what can and cannot go in your sack and where to get more sacks if you run out.

What can I take to a Recycling Site?

See recycling bring site locations and details of how and where to recycle paper, cardboard, plastics, cans (in orange sacks), textiles, glass, shoes and small electrical appliances.

What can I take to a Recycling Centre (Civic Amenity)?

See recycling centre (civic amenity) locations, where you can recycle cans, car batteries, cooking oil, engine oil, cardboard, glass, garden waste, household appliances, metal, paper, plastic bottles, textiles, hardcore, soil

How can I reduce my waste?

Find out how to create less waste and save time and money.

Make the most out of surplus items

Find out where you can pass on or gain unwanted items whilst benefiting the local community.