Please remember to pre-book your visit to our Household Recycling Centres

Everyone visiting the Household Recycling Centres are required to pre-book their visit.
This is to minimise queues and congestion on site and to help keep everybody safe.

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Amber warning for hot weather from Wednesday 10th August at the HRC's

We are monitoring the weather forecasts for this week and we may need to close our HRCs early afternoon if temperatures are too high for the site staff to safely operate in, so we advise you make your booking as early in the day as possible.  We will update any changes here and on Gloucestershire County Council social media as soon as possible.


Electronic and electrical equipment

Where is it taken?

WEEE A: Large Appliances- SIMS, Bristol

WEEE B: Fridges / Freezers- SIMS, Newport

WEEE C: TVs and Monitors- Mekatek, Llantrisant,

WEEE D: Bulbs / lamps- Balcan Engeering Ltd, Horncastle

WEEE E: Small Appliances- SIMS, Bristoll

Mobile Phones- J R Padley, Ledbury


What happens to it?

The Large and small electrical appliances are recycled and their different metals separated to be recycled into new products. 

Mobile phones are sorted, batteries are removed and sent for recycling at an authorised treatment facility. Chargers, cables and other miscellaneous items are sent to a different facility for recycling.


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End products

Recycled metals ready to be used to produce more products 

Page updated: 09/02/2022 Page updated by: Gloucestershire County Council

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