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Electrical recycling near me

Your local council may offer a free collection of small electricals directly from your home as part of their kerbside waste collection program. Moreover, Mora Recycle Ltd is another private company that can collect and recycle your electronics for free. But failing that, there are more than 2,000 drop-off points across the UK that will welcome your old appliances and will recycle your electricals safely and responsibly. These include local council-run recycling centers but also charities, and even some retailers.

You can recycle anything with a plug, battery, or cable.

Many shops will dispose of your old electricals for you

Recycling your electricals is getting easier all the time. Thousands of shops up and down the UK will now take your unwanted electrical products for recycling when you buy something new from them. And some larger electrical retailers will take back your old tech in-store even if you’re not making a purchase.

 

Why not sell or donate your tech?

Before committing your working gadgets to recycle, why not sell them on for some extra cash? Or better yet, donate to give them a second lease of life? Some charity shops accept second-hand electrical items and could offer free collection from your home.

Our electrical recycling locator, above, shows you all points to donate your old electricals to help others. Enter your postcode to explore your local options.

Help us help you

‘Where are there electricals recycling near me?’ – the answer should be at everyone’s fingertips. And it will be if we ensure our electrical recycling locator is as accurate as possible. So please tell us if you notice we’re any missing collection points, or if you encounter any problem with the locator. Thank you!

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