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Neighbourhood Recycling Points

There are over 70 Neighbourhood Recycling Points (NRP) within Wealden District where residents can recycle  a wide range of materials

Please note the facilities at each site vary depending upon the space for the containers and the availability of resources for certain materials. To see your nearest site on a map and for information on what materials are collected at each point, please use the map below.

Advice on using the recycling points

Please remember the following when using the recycling points:

  • Be considerate and avoid using the recycling points between 8.30pm and 8.30am, remember that the sites are usually located near homes.
  • Remember to wash and squash your plastic bottles and beverage cartons.
  • Remember to remove all plastic bottle tops and lids.
  • Remember to wash your cans, foil and glass.
  • The recycling banks are emptied on a regular basis, however should they be full please use an alternative site or return another day and let us know that the recycling point bins need emptying using the contact details below.
  • Do not leave any recyclables on the ground as we cannot guarantee that these will be recycled.
  • Ensure the correct materials are placed in each container.
  • Any bags or boxes should be placed in the litter bin if one is provided, or preferably taken home for disposal. Please note it is an offence under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 to leave cardboard boxes, bags and other waste by the recycling containers or at the site.
  • Avoid special car journeys to recycle.