Map of
Lymington
Lymington
parking
Lymington
locations
New Forest
car parks
Local
recycling
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Map of recycling places on Lymington
 
 
 
     
   
 
 
New Forest D. Council
A to Z of Recycling

Mobile phones
& printer cartridges
As the industry’s largest UK recycling company, The Recycling Factory collect over 8 million inkjet & toner cartridges and mobile phones each year whilst upholding our commitment to zero landfill, which ensures that products are disposed of in an ethical & environmentally friendly way.

Shoe Recycling
The European Recycling Company have a  shoe recycling bank in around 3000 sites and are the only specialist shoe recyclers in the UK, they take all footwear, in any condition.

Oxfam
Tel:01590 671580
The Oxfam shop in the High Street specialises in second-hand books (also CDs and stamps). 73 High Street, Lymington, SO41 9AL.

Freecycle
Freecycle groups match people who have things they want to get rid of with people who can use them. Our goal is to keep usable items out of landfills.

Spectacles
Tel:01425 618412

Dollond & Aitchison have glasses recycling bins in all of their branches. Dollond & Aitchison is a member of Vision Aid Overseas. Vision Aid Overseas is a charity dedicated to helping people in the developing world whose lives are blighted by poor eyesight. 42 Station Road, New Milton BH25 6JX

Special Collection Service Tel:01590 646123
The New Forest District Council provide a Special Collection Service for furniture, white goods and carpeting from domestic premises. 1 item will cost £17.50. If you have more than 1 item, up to a maximum of 6, it will cost £27.50 (prices correct as of 24-9-2011).

Vehicle Removal
Tel:01590 646123
New Forest District Council is offering to remove unwanted (End of Life Vehicles) free of charge to residents of the New Forest District Council. All you have to do is telephone Customer Services on 01590 646123 and ask for an application form. We will need details of your vehicle and its location together with your V5 form or proof that you own the vehicle.


Recycling Sack
Recycling Sack
Paper
Newspapers
Magazines
Junk Mail
Catalogues
Directories
Leaflets
Brochures
Note paper
Office paperScrap Paper
Envelopes
Cardboard
Cereal boxesYellow PagesChristmas cards
Cardboard packaging
 
Plastic bottles
Squash
Cleaner
Shampoo
Conditioner
Milk
Drink(No lids)
 
Cans
Food Tins
Drinks cans
Empty Aerosols
(No aerosols withthe labels shown below)

 

None of these
Glass
TextilesShredded paperBatteriesGift wrap
Drink cartons
Tetra paks
Food scraps
Plastic tubs
Plastic bags Plastic food traysPolystyreneYoghurt pots(shredded paper,
textiles & glass, use
the recycling banks)