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Household bins

A-Z of rubbish and recycling

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Abandoned vehicles

Please see abandoned vehicles for more information on reporting abandoned vehicles and what to do when your vehicle reaches the end of its useful life.

Additional bins

Please see our page on how to apply for an additional bin as well as the circumstances under which we will provide additional bins to households.

Aerosols

Recycle your aerosol cans in your blue-lidded bin.

Do not pierce, crush or flatten the aerosol before recycling. Detach any loose or easily removable parts, such as the plastic lid, and dispose of them with the rest of your rubbish. Don't worry about removing the plastic nozzle - this will be removed during the recycling process.

Aluminium

Aluminium cans should be placed in your blue-lidded bin.

Household items such as saucepans that are in good condition can be taken to your local charity shop, jumble sale or offered on sites such as Freecycle.

Larger items can be recycled at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

App

Please see waste and recycling app .

Asbestos

Asbestos from households may be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). There are restrictions on the type and quantity that may be taken and an appointment must be made. For more information, please visit our asbestos page.

Ash

Ash from wood fires which doesn't contain toxic materials can be used in home composting.

Assisted collections

Assisted collections are available where ALL residents in the household are unable to place their bins at the collection point due to ill health, infirmity or a disability. To find out more about applying for an assisted collection, please see assisted collections.

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Bank holidays

Household waste collections operate Tuesday to Friday. For details of changes over Easter and Christmas check collection days in your road. The Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) is open on all bank holidays except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

Bathroom suites

Old bathroom suites can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip), or if suitable could be offered for reuse on sites such as Freecycle.

Batteries (household and car)

Any retailer selling large quantities of household batteries, such as AA and AAA will provide battery recycling collection facilities in-store. Alternatively, they can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Instead of buying normal batteries, why not buy rechargeable ones? They are better for the environment and last longer.

Car batteries can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Bicycles / Bike reuse scheme

Bikes can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) where they will be repaired ready for reuse used by City Mission.

Bins

Please visit household bins or commercial waste for more information.

Bin liners / bags

You can now buy biodegradable or recycled bin liners in most supermarkets, which is the best option for the environment. These liners must not go into your recycling or garden waste bins. Any waste presented in a black bag in either the recycling or garden waste bins will be assumed as contamination and will not be collected.

Bin repair / replacement

Where possible, we will always aim to repair rather than replace your damaged bins. If your bin has been damaged or stolen then please visit new bin or bin repair / replacement for more information on how to request a new one.

Bin tags

Bin tags cannot be recycled and should be put in your green-lidded bin. We would have liked for them to be recyclable, however, for them to be weatherproof as well as low cost, they are made from plastic-coated card.

Black bag waste

Black bag waste is anything that cannot be reused, recycled or composted and would therefore go into your green-lidded bin.

Blue-lidded bin (recycling)

Please visit blue-lidded bins for more information.

Body Shop

All items bought at The Body Shop can be returned for recycling.

Books

Books can be donated to a local charity shop, family, friends or school for reuse. You could also try using a website like Read it swap it or BookMooch where you can swap your old books for someone else's.

Book a tip visit

You can book a tip visit online using My Account. For further information on using the tip, please see the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Brown-lidded bin (garden waste)

Please visit brown-lidded bins for more information.

Bubble wrap

Bubble wrap cannot currently be recycled, but you could easily reuse it to wrap up valuables for transportation.

Building waste

Up to 6 bags per load of building waste from home DIY (excluding footings, internal wall removal, foundation work or internal render) can be disposed of at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). Please ask an advisor on site.

For large quantities of DIY waste you can hire a skip.

Bulky household waste

Bulky waste collections can be arranged for a charge. You can book for up to ten items at a time. Bulky waste items are currently collected by Emmaus who reuse and recycle as many of the collected items as possible.

Business waste

Please see commercial waste.

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Cans

Food and drink cans should be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. Don't forget to wash and squash them first!

Car batteries

Please see batteries.

Card / cardboard

Recycle your cardboard in your blue-lidded bin. Large quantities can be recycled at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). Make sure that any staples are taken out of boxes and then squash the cardboard flat. If you are putting it into your blue-lidded bin, please ensure that it will not get stuck, as this may prevent your bin from being emptied fully.

Carpets

Carpets and rugs are made of a variety of fibres which are difficult to separate for recycling, therefore reuse of carpets and rugs is preferred. Carpets can be disposed of at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Cartons

These can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin, or they could be used for arts and crafts projects. Remember to wash and squash them first!

Cartridges

Many types of printer cartridges can be refilled at shops such as Cartridge World. Try to check that the cartridges can be reused before you buy a printer! They can also be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). Many charities can also make money by recycling them.

Catalogues

These can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

Cat litter

Used cat litter should be bagged or wrapped in newspaper and put in your green-lidded bin. See also dog waste.

CDs, DVDs and videos

Most charity shops will take these in good condition, you could swap them or give them away to friends and family, or some websites will give you money for old CDs and DVDs.

Cereal boxes

Cereal boxes can be flattened and recycled in your blue-lidded bin. They could be used for arts and crafts along with cartons!

Chemicals

All hazardous and chemical waste that is destined for disposal must be cleanly and safely packaged in a container suitable for the purpose, clearly labelled and submitted for disposal at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). Please advise staff of any items you may have upon arrival at the site.

Charity access to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip)

Please see charity policy and access.

China plates and ornaments

If they are in good condition then they can be donated to a charity shop. Otherwise, please put them in your green-lidded bin as they cannot currently be recycled. Be careful to wrap any sharp edges.

Children's toys

Please see toys.

Christmas cards and paper

Old cards and paper can be reused for making present tags or paper chains. Alternatively, these can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. You should try not to buy metallic paper as it cannot be recycled!

Christmas trees

Real Christmas trees can be cut up and placed in your brown-lidded bin. Please remember that garden waste collections only operate between March and November. Otherwise they can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). If Christmas trees are artificial then these may be reused for subsequent years, or given to a friend or family member for reuse.

Cling film

Cling film cannot be collected for recycling. It can damage the machinery used for sorting recycling by becoming tangled around it. It must go in your green-lidded bin. Why not try to reduce the amount that you use by storing things in reusable containers instead.

Clinical waste

Please see our pages on household or commercial clinical waste.

For needles or syringes in a public area please visit needles and syringes.

Clothing, textiles and bedding

Unwanted clothing and textiles can be taken to your local charity shop, given to a friend or family member or recycled at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). See also shoes.

Every year 900 million textile items go to waste in this country, but old jumpers and unwanted clothing are a valuable resource in many less developed countries. In Africa and the Baltic States 90% of people depend upon reclaimed textiles from developed countries for their clothes!

Coffee cups

We are unable to recycle drinks cups at present. Why not reduce the number of coffee cups you use by using a reusable coffee cup or mug? Many coffee shops offer discounts for bringing your own mug!

Coins

Most charities have a scheme where you can donate your unwanted foreign currency. If you have notes why not exchange them using a currency conversion service.

Commercial waste

Please see our commercial waste page.

Composting

Food waste makes up approximately a third of our weekly green-lidded bin collections in Coventry. Much of this could be composted instead. Discounted composting bins are available to all Coventry residents.

Why not visit our composting pages to find out more on:

Computers

If your computer is in good working order you could try selling it using online auction sites. If you can't sell it you could try giving it away using Freecycle.

Alternatively, you can dispose of them at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

You should ensure that all personal information is removed before attempting to sell or dispose of your computer.

Contamination

Putting things that we can't collect into the recycling (blue-lidded) or garden (brown-lidded) bin can contaminate the whole load collected by our crews. Putting the wrong items into these bins can cause problems with the recycling process and increase costs of providing the service.

Controlled waste

See controlled or hazardous waste.

Cooking oil

Cooking oil can be disposed of at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). Please see fat for more information.

Corks

Natural corks can be sliced finely and put into a compost bin, or they could be reused to make an interesting notice board.

Cutlery and crockery

These should be given to friends or family members or bunched into sets and taken to a charity shop.

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Damaged bins

If your wheeled bin is damaged then it may be unsafe to empty it. You should contact us through My Account to request a repair or replacement. We aim to repair rather than replace wherever possible. Please see new bin or bin repair / replacement for more information.

Disposable nappies

Disposable nappies make up 4% of Coventry's household waste - that's 14,000 tonnes per year! They can take up to 500 years to decompose, more if disposed of in a plastic bag.

They should be bagged and placed in your green-lidded bin (general rubbish). They contain human waste and can therefore not be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

Each household with a baby in disposable nappies generates an extra bag of rubbish each week. Reusable, cotton nappies are a good way of reducing this rubbish.

Dog waste

Dog waste should be placed in dog bins on the streets. If these are unavailable, or you are at home, then it should be bagged and placed in your green-lidded bin. See also cat litter.

Drinks bottles and cans

These can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. Please wash and squash them first!

Duvets and pillows

Please see quilts.

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Egg boxes

If made from cardboard these are great for your home composter; just make sure that you break them up first!

Egg shells

Egg shells are excellent for home composting as they reduce the acidity, making the compost better for worms, which are very important in the composting process. They can also be a slug deterrent if crushed and sprinkled around plants.

Electrical goods / appliances

Electrical goods and appliances can be recycled at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). Alternatively you can arrange for a collection using our bulky waste collection service for a small charge. Electrical appliances of any size should not be put into any of your household bins.

If your items are still in working order and good condition (no mould or rust) why not donate them to a charity shop, or offer them to friend or family?

Electricity

Switch off electrical appliances when they are not in use. Many electrical appliances still use 50% of the electricity on standby as when they're on!

Engine oil

Engine oil can be disposed of at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Envelopes

If you can't reuse old envelopes, recycle them in your blue-lidded bin.

Environment

For more information on how Coventry is doing in terms of current rubbish and recycling please see where are we now? For more information on what you can do to help, please see:

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Fabrics

Please see clothing, textiles and bedding.

Fat

Cooking fat can cause blockages if it is poured down the drain. It can be sealed in a container and taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip), or you could mix it with bird seed and leave it to solidify. This makes a great bird feed for the winter!

Fire extinguishers

Fire extinguishers should never be put in a household bin as they can be very dangerous. They can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) for disposal.

Fluorescent tubes and bulbs

These can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Flytipping

Please visit flytipping for more information.

Foil

Please check online as some charities collect foil to raise money. Alternatively, it can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

Food and drink cartons

See cartons.

Food waste

Food waste currently makes up the largest component of the average Coventry households waste. Many types of food waste, such as fruit and vegetable peelings, can be home composted. General food waste should be placed in your green-lidded bin (general rubbish). For more information on reducing food waste, please visit Love Food Hate Waste.

Fridges and freezers

Fridges and freezers can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) or a bulky waste collection can be arranged to remove them. Many retailers will take them away for you when delivering a new one. Flytipping is an offence.

Furniture

Items in good condition can be donated to local charity shop, offered to friend or family or on website such as Freecycle. You may even be able to sell them using an online.

Items in poor condition can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).  Alternatively, you can arrange for a collection using our bulky waste collection service for a small charge.

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Garden chemicals

Please see chemicals.

Garden tools

If your garden tools are in working condition why not give them to friends or family. Old tools can be recycled at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Garden waste

Compostable garden waste can be put in your brown-lidded bins. You can also home compost or take it to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). Garden waste collections are carried out every other week between March and November.
If you believe that you have harmful or non-native plant species, such as Japanese knotweed, please see the gov.uk website for guidance.

Gas bottles / cylinders

These can be returned to the supplier or taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

General rubbish

Please see green-lidded bin.

Gift wrap

Please see christmas cards and paper.

Glass

Glass can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. Sheet glass can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). Broken glass should be wrapped to avoid injury and put in your green-lidded bin.

Going greener

Please visit going greener for more information on ways that you can become more environmentally friendly and reduce your waste.

Green-lidded bin (rubbish)

Please visit green-lidded bin for more information.

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Hazardous waste

Chemicals, batteries, electronic equipment and some paints are all classified as hazardous waste and should not be disposed of through the household waste collection service. Find out about controlled waste.

Household bins

Please see the following pages for more information:

To find out when your collections are, please find your street in our directory.

Heavy bins

If your bin is too heavy we cannot empty it as it may break, fall or damage equipment when lifted at the back of our vehicle. You should remove some of the items and return your bin to your property until your next scheduled collection day. You can take extra waste to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip)

The Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) is located on Bar Road off the London Road. It is free to use for residents of Coventry.

Vehicle and trailer restrictions are in operation on site. For further information and how to make a booking please visit our Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) page.

If you are from a charity, or would like information on charity access to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) then please see the charity policy and access page.

Household waste

Coventry City Council provides weekly collections of your general waste (green-lidded bin) and collections every two weeks for your recycling (blue-lidded bin) and garden waste (brown-lidded bin). Many other household waste items, that you cannot put in these bins, are accepted at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) e.g. batteries and light bulbs

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Inhalers

Unused inhalers should be returned to your doctor or pharmacist for safe disposal. Used inhalers may be disposed of in your green-lidded bin.

Inkjet cartridges

Please see cartridges.

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Japanese knotweed

Japanese knotweed requires special disposal and therefore cannot go into your household bins or to the Household Reuse and Recycling Centre. The Environment Agency must be notified if you find Japanese knotweed on your property or elsewhere. Information on harmful weeds and contact details for the Environment Agency can be found on the gov.uk website.

Jars

Glass jars can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

Junk mail

Can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. To stop unaddressed mail, register your address with Royal Mail. To stop addressed, unsolicited mail, you can register with the Mailing Preference Service.

 

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Kettles

Please see electrical goods and appliances.

Kitchen roll

Kitchen roll can assist home composting or should be disposed of in your green-lidded bin.

Knives

Knives should not be disposed of loose in any of your bins. They may be transported carefully to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) and put in the metal container.

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Labels

You do not need to remove labels from cans or bottles before recycling them.

Laptops

Please see computers.

Leaves

Leaves can be put in your brown-lidded bins or can be home composted.

Light bulbs

Light bulbs can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). They should not be put in your household bins.

Love Food Hate Waste

Love Food Hate Waste provides free information and cooking tips for reducing food waste.

 

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Magazines

These can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. If you have lots of magazines, people are sometimes interested in these on websites like Freecycle.

Master composters

Master composters are volunteers who try to encourage and promote home composting in their local community. To find out more about master composters and how you can become one, please visit master composters.

Mattresses

Many retailers offer removal of mattresses when they deliver new ones. If mattresses are in good condition and still have a fire label attached then they may be taken to a charity shop. Alternatively, you could arrange for a bulky waste collection for a small charge, or mattresses can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Medicines

Please return any unused or out of date medicine to your local doctor or pharmacy. If medicines are allowed to escape into the environment then they could be harmful to animals or plants, so it is important that these are dealt with properly.

Metal

Metal cans may be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. Scrap metal can be recycled at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Microwaves

Please see electrical goods and appliances.

Milk bottles

Plastic milk bottles can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. Please wash and squash first!
Glass milk bottles should be returned to your milkman for reuse.

Mirrors

You could try giving away or selling mirrors using Freecycle or an online auction site. Alternatively, they can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) or can be collected as part of a bulky waste collection.

Missed Bins

For more information on missed bins and details on how to report one, please see missed bins.

Mobile Phones

Unwanted Mobile Phones can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip), or can be sold on online shops.

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Nappies

Please see disposable nappies.

New bins

Bins for new build properties or where the previous bin has been stolen or damaged beyond repair can be requested through My Account.

Newspapers

These can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

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Oil

See fat, cooking oil and engine oil.

Ovens

Please see electrical goods and appliances.

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Packaging

Most packaging can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. If you have too much to put in your bin then it may be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

The most environmentally friendly thing to do is to try to buy things that have the minimum amount of packaging possible. Please see going greener for more information. You can contact retailers if you feel that they have used excessive or unnecessary packaging.

Paint

Check online as some charities can redistribute unused paint. You can also take it to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip), where water based paints can be disposed of in the landfill container.  Gloss based paints should be identified to a site operative.

Paper

Paper can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin. See also shredded paper.

Pet waste

Please see dog waste and cat litter.

Plant pots

Plant pots are not currently recyclable, so must be placed into your green-lidded bin. You could also try to reuse them in the garden as you pot on smaller plants.

Plasterboard

Small amounts from home DIY can be recycled at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip). For more information please see our page on plasterboard.

Plastic

Plastic recycling facilities are available at all of the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Plastic carrier bags

Some larger supermarkets now offer recycling facilities for plastic bags. However, reusing plastic bags or replacing them with a reusable "Bag for Life" or longer-lasting cotton or jute bags are the best options environmentally. With the new 5p plastic bag charge, you will save money by taking a reusable bag with you every time you go shopping.

Hard plastics

Hard plastics such as garden furniture, kid's toys, trays and collapsible crates can be recycled at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Plastic bottles

Plastic bottles can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

Polystyrene

Please dispose of polystyrene in your green-lidded bin. Although polystyrene is a form of plastic, the process of expanding the plastic into polystyrene causes changes to the plastic, meaning that I cannot currently be recycled. The best option environmentally is to try to avoid buying anything in polystyrene, as it takes hundreds of years to break down after it is thrown away. We are able to collect small quantities of polystyrene in your green lidded bin, we would ask where possible this is bagged. Large quantities should be disposed of at the Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip), on the London Road.

Postage stamps

Some charities collect old stamps to raise money. You can search the internet to find a charity that accepts stamps locally.

Printer cartridges

Please see cartridges.

Pyrex dishes and glasses

These cannot be recycled as they can explode when heated up in the glass recycling furnace. If they are in good condition then they can be taken to the a charity shop, or they can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

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Quilts

If in good condition, these can be donated to your local charity shops or given to friends or family members. Otherwise, they can be disposed of at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

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Rainwater

Why not collect rainwater in a water butt for use in your garden?

Recycling and reuse

Please visit Where are we now? for information on how Coventry is currently doing as well as what you can do to help reduce waste and recycle more.

Recycling bins

Please see blue-lidded bin.

Report it

Please visit the following pages for reporting anything related to waste:

Replacement bins

To request replacement bins if yours are damaged or stolen, please visit new bins or bin repair / replacement.

Requests

Rubble, bricks and soil

Rubble and soil can be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip), where it will go for reuse.

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Saucepans

Saucepans that are still in a usable condition should be taken to a charity shop or given to a friend or family member. If they are no longer usable then they may be taken to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Schools

We work closely with many schools in Coventry in order to educate children on the importance of reuse and recycling, and what they can do to help.

Shoes

If you don't want to keep a pair of shoes you can take them to your nearest charity shop, or recycle them at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Shopping bags

Please see plastic carrier bags.

Shredded paper

Shredded paper can be added to your home composting or used for animal bedding. If you can do neither of these then it can be disposed of in your green-lidded bin.

Side waste

We will not collect any waste that is not presented within your bin. You can take any extra waste you may have to the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip) or arrange a bulky waste collection. Waste should not be compacted or forced into the bin as this may mean that your bin is not fully emptied.

Skip hire

We provide skip hire for the public and trade use. Skips are available in a range of sizes and one off or regular collections may be arranged. Please see skip hire for more information.

Spectacles

Ask at your opticians or search online for charities that collect and reuse old spectacles.

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Takeaway food containers

If the container is made of plastic or foil then you can wash it and either reuse it or recycle it in your blue-lidded bin. Polystyrene containers cannot be recycled currently. The best option environmentally for polystyrene containers is to find an alternative use for them or to try to avoid having them in the first place.

Telephones

Please see electrical goods and appliances or mobile phones.

Telephone directories

Can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

Tetrapaks

Tetrapak food and drink cartons can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

The Tip

Please see the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Toilet roll

Toilet roll can assist home composting or be disposed of in your green-lidded bin.

Tools

Please see garden tools.

Toys

If your old toys are in good condition, why not take them to your nearest charity shop or give them to someone you know with Children?

Tumble dryers

Please see electrical goods and appliances.

TVs and monitors

Recycle your TVs and monitors at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

Tyres

You can dispose of up to 4 car tyres or 2 motorcycle tyres at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

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Umbrellas

Umbrellas are always useful particularly with the British weather! If yours breaks it can be disposed of in your green-lidded bin.

Unaddressed mail

Please see junk mail.

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Vacuum cleaners

Please see electrical goods and appliances.

Vegetable peelings

Vegetable peel can be put in your home composting or in your green-lidded bin.

Volunteers (Recycling Champions)

Recycling Champions are volunteers who encourage others in their community to waste less and recycle more. Please see Coventry Recycling Club for more information.

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Washing machines

Please see electrical goods and appliances.

Waste and recycling app

We now have an app, Your Rubbish, that you can use to remind you to put out your bins on the right day, what you can put in your bins and more! Find out more about it on our Waste and recycling app page.

Water

There are many ways that you can reduce, reuse and recycle water in the home. Please visit Waterwise for more information.

Water butts

Water butts can be used to collect rainwater to use on your garden instead of using treated tap water. Please visit home composting for more information.

What happens to my waste now?

Please visit Our aims for your waste.

Wood and timber

Wood can be recycling at the Household Recycling and Reuse Centre (the tip).

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Xmas

Please see Christmas cards and paper and Christmas trees for more information.

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Yellow pages

Old yellow pages' or telephone directories can be recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

Yoghurt pots

Yoghurt pots can be washed and then recycled in your blue-lidded bin.

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Zinc

Batteries have zinc in them - please see batteries for how you can recycle them.

Customer Services

Open 9.00am–5.00pm Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays)

Email: customer.services@coventry.gov.uk

Tel: 08085 834333

Visit: http://www.coventry.gov.uk/myaccount

If you do need to call us,
please try to avoid our busiest times
of lunchtime and early afternoon.

Commercial waste

Email: wasteservices@coventry.gov.uk

Tel: 024 7683 2255

Whitley Depot
259 London Road
Whitley
Coventry
CV3 4AR

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