Drop-off of small quantities of common household problem wastes
Community Recycling Stations (CRS) are small cabinets generally placed at libraries and council facilities such as community centres, to allow for the convenient and free drop-off of small quantities of common household problem wastes. Problem wastes are items, which should not be placed in your kerbside bins and may include:
Due to space restrictions at Community Recycling Stations, please use your discretion when dropping off items. As a guide, this could include a handful of household batteries, up to 20 x-rays, and five light globes, mobile phones, eye glasses or ink cartridges per visit
Find a CRS near you
To find the location of your nearest CRS and what items can be dropped there, click the pins on the map
View CRS map in a full screen map
What happens to household problem wastes dropped off at Community Recycling Stations?
Most of the items accepted at Community Recycling Stations can be reused or recycled. To find out what happens to the problem wastes you drop off click here or watch the videos below to learn more.
For large quantities and other types of household problem wastes, visit your nearest
Community Recycling Centre (CRC)