Information about recycling disposal sites for household waste
It's easy to recycle!
Recycling 'bring sites' across the South Holland area are local recycling sites for glass, paper, cans, textiles and books. To find your nearest site, see the list of the locations of recycling 'bring' sites. This service is offered in addition to the weekly green sack recycling collections. To find your nearest recycling facility and to discover helpful recycling hints and tips, visit the Recycle Now website.
The Lincolnshire County Council 'Household Waste Recycling Centre', based on West Marsh Road, Spalding, provides the opportunity to dispose of all household waste and to recycle plastics, cans, hardcore, soil, glass, paper and cardboard, textiles, electrical equipment, batteries, car batteries, furniture, wood and green waste. See the opening times below:
Lincolnshire County Council
Household Waste Recycling Centre
West Marsh Road
From 1 April to 31 October:
· OPEN: 7 days a week 8am to 4pm.
From 1 November to 31 March:
· OPEN: Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
· OPEN - Hours: 8am - 4pm
· CLOSED: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day
Textile recycling is a great way to reuse your old clothes and reduce landfill waste at the same time! You can recycle your textiles at your local clothing banks and charity shops. Charity shops and clothing banks will accept the following items:
· Clean and dry clothing;
· Accessories including hand bags, belts and hats;
Please do not donate dirty clothing, sleeping bags, duvets and quilts, cushions, carpets and pillows.
Why not hold a give and take event?
A great way to reuse your old clothes is a give and take event, also known as swishing. Give and take days are a simple way for you to donate your unwanted, quality textiles and swap them for something new.
This could be hosted at a local community hall, a school or even in your own home with your friends and family. It's a great way to socialise and make sure your old clothes find a new home!
· Buying clothes can be very expensive. Try buying second hand; it could save you a lot of money. Look in your local charity shops to see if you can find any bargains!
· Instead of throwing your old clothes away could you mend them, restyle them or make something new out of them?
· You could even sell your old clothes! There are lots of websites out there that can help you to sell your old clothing.
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