You can dispose of your old household electronic equipment:
Separate containers are provided:
If you don't know which container to place your electrical items, ask a member of staff on site who will be happy to assist.
You can recycle handheld and other small waste electrical items from your home without charge:
Please note: Twickenham Library will be closed between Monday 27 January and early April 2020 for refurbishment - small electrical containers have now been removed. You can still recycle small electrical items at other libraries in the borough.
Only domestic electrical items can be recycled and the size limit is 21cm x 19cm.
Small electrical items that can be recycled at libraries and via bulky waste collections include:
Small electrical items that cannot be recycled at libraries or via bulky waste collections include:
All waste electrical items can be recycled at no charge at all at Currys PC World stores. You do not have to make a purchase. They will also collect electrical items for recycling for a charge.
Other electrical retailers will take your old electrical items when you purchase a new one, but will usually charge for this service.
Retailers that sell significant quantities of batteries should also provide battery recycling containers for customers.
Updated: 08 September 2020