Local recycling

What can I recycle and where?

 

In your council recycling bins:

catalogues

drinks cans

food cans

glass bottles

glass jars

plastic bottles

plastic food trays

margarine/butter tubs

yoghurt pots

 

 

At supermarket "carrier bag recycle" points (there are three at Keighley Asda in the car park, two inside the Shipley Asda store and one in the Keighley Sainsbury's store):

plastic carrier bags

plastic bread bags

plastic cereal bags (ie, porridge oats - NOT the inners from cereal boxes)

plastic wrappers ad ring joiners from multi packs of cans and plastic bottles

plastic wrappers from toilet roll and kitchen towel packs

plastic freezer bags

plastic magazine and newspaper wrap (type used for home delivery only)

thin bags used for fruit and vegetables at supermarkets

bubble wrap

 

Terracycle 'Garnier' at Bingley Boots:

products/sun tan protection products/bodycare products

plastic deodorant bottles

single use hair mask/face mask packaging

packaging from facial wipes

plastic gloves from har dye packs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Pladis biscuit recycling at Bingley Library:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

food and drink cartons (eg Tetrapack)

junk mail

cardboard

newspapers

magazines

office paper

envelopes

aerosol cans

aluminium foil

Colgate recycling programme at Bingley Co-op:

Books

Bingley railway station – Action Stations bookcases in both waiting rooms;

Coop

 

Bras

L’Amour de femme

Plastic carriers, plastic fruit and veg bags, freezer bags, wrappers from toilet rolls and kitchen towel packs

Coop (LDPE/HDPE)

Carrier bags, plastic fruit and veg bags, freezer bags, wrappers from toilet rolls and kitchen towel packs

Coop (LDPE/HDPE)

 

Clothes

Container in carpark by Magistrates Court

Container outside Nisa, Warren Lane

Charity shops – Sue Ryder/Age UK/Jubilee Outreach Yorkshire

Crisp packets

Coming to Bingley soon! In the meantime, try Baildon Methodist Church, Oakworth Village Hall or Steep & Filter in Skipton

 

Electrical items (small)

Container in carpark by Magistrates Court/off Ferncliffe Road

 

Inhalers

Boots Canalside and Main St

 

Shoes

Container in carpark by Magistrates Court/off Ferncliffe Road; container by fire station

Container outside Nisa, Warren Lane

Charity shops – Sue Ryder/Age UK/Jubilee Outreach Yorkshire

 

Spectacles

Bingley Library

 

Other recycling facilities nearby:

 

Keighley Sainsbury’s and Morrison’s

Plastic bags:

Plastic carrier bags, bread bags, cereal bags (porridge oats, NOT inners from boxed cereals), wrappers and ring joiners from multipacks of cans and plastic bottles, wrappers from toilet roll and kitchen towel packs, freezer bags, magazine and newspaper wrap (type used for home delivery only), bags used for fruit and veg in supermarkets, bubble wrap, low density polyethylene (LDPE) – resin ID code 4, flexible plastic multi-pack can holders/rings

 

All branches of ASDA

Plastic bags:   

Clean bags, wrap and film, carrier bags and bags for life, bread and produce bags, toilet roll film, shink wrap and bubble wrap, frozen food bags, drink multipacks wraps, cereal inner bags (this includes the crispier, opaque plastic). Note: NOT salad, rice or pasta bags

 

Keighley Boots

Contact lenses

 

Oakworth Village Hall

Crisp packets, Pringles tubes, writing equipment, bread bags, popcorn packets, biscuits, cakes, crackers, beauty products and oral care products. There is a brown wheelie bin outside and things can be left there anytime

Refill Scheme:

 

 

Also, don't forget that we have several Refill points in the town! Refill is an award-winning campaign that aims to disrupt the idea that it's ok to buy bottled water. It encourages people to use reusable bottles and fill them up at designated stations when they're out and about. Local businesses that have generously signed up to the scheme are:

Chip N Ern Ale House

The Myrtle Grove, Wetherspoons

Suzie's Tea Room

Costa Coffee

Martinez Bingley Wine Shop and Wine Bar

The above establishments will happily fill up your water bottle with drinking water. Nifty, eh? And well worth supporting. Just look out for the stickers in their window and download their app - it gives you information about the 14,000 refill stations nationally to allow you always to get fresh water on the go!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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