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Recycling Centres
 
 
Recycling doesn't stop at home. There are lots of items that can be taken to your local recycling centre.

Using a bottle bankCommunity Recycling Centres

Community recycling centres are located in frequently-used locations around the New Forest, such as car parks and supermarkets.

They have one or more of the following recycling facilities:

Glass bottles and jars (green bank)
All colours and sizes, including:

  • Coffee jars
  • Sauce jars
  • Wine, beer and spirit bottles

You do not need to separate the colours, this is done at the recycling facility.  

Paper and cardboard (red bank)

  • Shredded paper
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • Directories and catalogues
  • Cardboard boxes and packaging

Please put the paper and cardboard loose into the bank, not contained in plastic bags.  

Cans and plastic bottles (blue bank)

  • Drinks cans
  • Food tins
  • All plastic bottles

Please rinse out and remove the lids. 

Charity banks (run and managed by different charities)

  • Clothes
  • Shoes
  • Household textiles
  • Books, CDs and DVDs (where available)

Find your nearest recycling centre

These sites are for household waste only. They cannot be used for business or trade waste, please see Commercial waste - information and advice  


Household Waste Recycling Centres (The Tip)

The tip can be used to dispose of or recycle a wider range of household items, which cannot be collected in the household rubbish and recycling collections. 

Items may include:

  • household furniture
  • electrical goods
  • garden waste
  • wood
  • hazardous household waste

These sites are run by Hampshire County Council.

For advice on opening times, locations and accepted materials please see the Hampshire County Council website. Link