with this. Read more about the Cookies used here.
Hazardous aerosols are not collected at the kerbside or at the recycling and household waste sites. Hazardous household aerosols are usually found in the garage or shed (examples include: insect spray, spray paint, WD 40, de icer, etc). To dispose of these items you need a free waste permit and should be taken to Labwaste in Hinckley.
Cards with glitter and batteries will not be accepted. Where possible, take out the battery and recycle seperately. Please put in your general waste and recycle the battery seperately (see more details under Batteries).
Includes household and garden chemicals including anti mould and anti-fungus plant sprays, timber treatments, drain cleaners, mice and rat poison, weed killers, moss treatment, garden pesticides, brake fluid, paraffin, oven cleaner.
Donate used cooking oil to Biodiesel companies who will convert it into biodiesel. Some charities may collect used cooking oil to fund projects. Do not pour down sinks or drains as this can lead to prosecution.
dispose of ashes in a metal container that can be tightly closed, douse with water, place the closed container outside your home away from combustible materials and leave in the container for several days before disposing of them.
If you are disposing a large quantity you may want to hire a skip.
Advice for businesses:
You cannot dispose of business waste at recycling and household waste sites. You can at the Whetstone Waste Transfer Station or through a licensed waste collection company. Find out where you can take business or commercial waste
Find out how to get the most out of your clothes and reduce clothing waste by visiting Love Your Clothes and Less Waste. If you would like to learn how to repair clothes you can enrol on to a textile with GoLearn.
Can be reused:
If in good condition donate unwanted clothes to local charities