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Decking

Reuse Sell or donate locally to a charity shop, or online using Freegle.
Recycle

Small amounts of decking from home improvements or DIY can be taken to your local Household Waste Recycling Sites.

The recycling sites are for household waste from city residents only.

Business waste will not be accepted. Business waste is any waste from commercial, trade or business activities. This includes any waste from domestic properties used for profit (for example landlords taking waste from a rented property) and waste that is being removed for payment.

Our staff have the right to inspect any waste entering the recycling sites.

If they suspect the waste is business waste the person will be turned away.

Find out more on our business rubbish and recycling page.

Thank you for doing the right thing. Leaving/dumping decking on the street, other land or beside a communal bin is illegal fly-tipping.

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Deodorant cans

See aerosols.

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Diesel and petrol

You cannot take petrol and diesel to either of the household recycling centres. Petrol and diesel should be taken to a garage for reuse or disposal.

Do not dispose of petrol down drains, onto soil or near water.

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Drink cartons

See cartons

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Doors

Reuse Sell or donate locally to a charity shop, or online using Freegle.
Recycle

Small amounts of doors from home improvements or DIY can be taken to your local Household Waste Recycling Sites.

The recycling sites are for household waste from city residents only.

Business waste will not be accepted. Business waste is any waste from commercial, trade or business activities. This includes any waste from domestic properties used for profit (for example landlords taking waste from a rented property) and waste that is being removed for payment.

Our staff have the right to inspect any waste entering the recycling sites.

If they suspect the waste is business waste the person will be turned away.

Find out more on our business rubbish and recycling page.

Thank you for doing the right thing. Leaving/dumping doors on the street, other land or beside a communal bin is illegal fly-tipping.

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Duvets and quilts

See blankets and bedding.

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