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 A to Z of reusing, recycling and waste disposal

Find your nearest recycling sites and brings sites

What can I put into my green bin?

Tick the box to display all items that you can put in your green bin  
  • Sample imageRadiators

    If you have an electric oil-filled radiator that is in good working order, you can donate it to a local re-use organisation.
    • Emmaus Leeds 0113 2484288
    • Leeds & Moortown Furniture Store 0113 2739727
    • St Judes 0113 2450800
    • Safe Haven 0113 3451218
    • SLATE 0113 2704005
    • Sydney Bridge 0113 2175388
    You can also take it to the Revive Leeds re-use shop at Seacroft recycling site.

    If you are replacing a broken electric radiator, the retailer supplying your new appliance should offer you a take back service.

    You can recycle your electric radiator by taking it to your nearest recycling site; where you put it in the small electrical waste container.

    If it is a radiator from a central heating system, you need to take it to your nearest recycling site, where you can put it in the scrap metal container.

    If you are unable to do this, you can book a free bulky waste collection by calling 0113 2224406.

  • Sample imageRadios

    If you have a radio that is in good working order, you can donate it to a local re-use organisation.
    • Emmaus Leeds 0113 2484288
    • Leeds & Moortown Furniture Store 0113 2739727
    • St Judes 0113 2450800
    • Safe Haven 0113 3451218
    • SLATE 0113 2704005
    • Sydney Bridge 0113 2175388

    You can also take it to the Revive Leeds re-use shop at the Seacroft recycling site.

    If you are replacing a broken radio, the retailer supplying your new applicance should offer you a take back service.

    Alternatively, you can recycle your radio by taking it to your nearest bring site with a WEEEbank (see W for a list of sites) or to your nearest recycling site, where you can put it in the small electrical waste container.

  • Sample imageRags

    Please see Clothing

  • Sample imageRechargeable Batteries

    Please see Batteries

  • Sample imageRecord Players

    If you have an unwanted record player that is in good working order, you can donate it to a local re-use organisation.
    • Emmaus Leeds 0113 2484288
    • Leeds & Moortown Furniture Store 0113 2739727
    • St Judes 0113 2450800
    • Safe Haven 0113 3451218
    • SLATE 0113 2704005
    • Sydney Bridge 0113 2175388
    You can also take it to the Revive Leeds re-use shop at the Seacroft recycling site.

    If you are replacing a broken record player, the retailer supplying your new appliance should offer you a take back service.

    Alternatively, you can recycle your record player by taking it to your nearest bring site with a WEEEbank (see W for a list of sites) or to nearest recycling site, where you can put it in the small electrical waste container.

  • Sample imageRecords and Tapes

    Please donate these to your local charity shop.

  • Sample imageRefrigerators

    Please see Fridges and Freezers