Recycling and rubbish

Recycling household electrical items

From recycling banks to the Bright Sparks reuse shop and the Reuse and Recycling Centre, find out where you can recycle your electrical goods.

​Drop-off points for small and large electrical items

Recycling banks for small electrical items

These banks can recycle any electrical item that is small enough to fit in the chute such as hairdryers and two-slice toasters. (The size of most of the bank chute holes is 520mm x 510mm).

  • Sunnyside Road (Hazelville Road junction with Sunnyside Road)
  • Pemberton Gardens (junction with St John's Grove)
  • Hornsey Road (outside Sobell Centre)
  • Cottage Road (outside Council Depot)
  • Highbury Place (outside Highbury Pool)
  • Newington Green (east side)
  • Caledonian Road (junction with Wynford Road)
  • Opposite Finsbury Library (corner of St John Street/Wyclif Street).

What you can recycle at these banks

  • Any small items that have a plug or require batteries
  • Kitchen appliances such as kettles or toasters
  • Items should be small enough to fit through s chute hole 520mm by 510mm.
  • Audio visual equipment such as CD player, digiboxes and remote controls
  • Bathroom equipment such as shavers and electric toothbrushes
  • DIY tools
  • Phones
  • Chargers

Collection of electrical items

Residents within the North London Waste Authority Area (which includes Islington) can book a free collection from their property of large or small electrical items from Clearabee. telephone number 03300881085

For more information please visit Wise up to waste website.

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