Bring us your broken and unwanted electrical items

Release Date: 11 July 2018

Following a successful WEEE collection earlier this year, West London Waste Authority and Richmond Council are once again partnering to provide the opportunity for the borough’s residents to get rid of their broken or unwanted small electrical items responsibly.

Following a successful WEEE collection earlier this year, West London Waste Authority and Richmond Council are once again partnering to provide the opportunity for the borough’s residents to get rid of their broken or unwanted small electrical items responsibly.

Residents can bring along their smaller electrical items for recycling to the Civic Centre in York Street, Twickenham, from Monday 16 July through to Friday 20 July.

Cllr Martin Elengorn, Cabinet Member for Environment, Planning and Sustainability, said:

“The borough’s residents have shown their enthusiasm for these WEEE events with the last event in January seeing 1,882 items recycled at the Civic Centre!

“If you have unwanted or broken smaller electrical items please do bring them along, and remember you can also take items along to any of our libraries and larger items can still be disposed of at the Townmead Road Recycling Centre throughout the year.”

This event is for smaller items only. If you have larger items for recycling please take them along to the Townmead Road Recycling Centre.

Notes for editors

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Reference: P345/18

Updated: 31 July 2018