Some Recycling Centres are open following social distancing guidelines. Check opening times before you visit.

Please only visit if you really need to.

Odd and even number plate system will be in place.   You can only visit the Recycling Centres on certain days depending on your vehicle number plate.

If you go, stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people at all times

Wash your hands as soon as you get home

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Mirror Mirror on the wall…

Mirror Mirror on the wall…

Can I really recycle them all?

Yes! You can recycle all of the bottles and aerosols from your bathroom in your mixed recycling bin. More people in Greater Manchester are recycling the following items from their bathroom:

Shampoo bottles

Shower gel bottles

Hand soap dispensers

Shampoo BottleShower Gel BottleHand Soap Dispenser


Bleach bottles

Cleaning product bottles

AerosolsBleach BottleBathroom Cleaner


Recycling the right things from all over your home saves your council money, is better for the environment and means more space in your general waste bin!

Most people know that plastic bags can’t be recycled so don’t put their mixed recycling in one. Put things in clean and loose.



Other plastic items from the bathroom, like old toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes and lids, can’t be recycled because they are made of low grade plastic. Find out why this matters here.


How do you recycle in the bathroom?

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How good are you at recycling?

Do you want to know how well you recycle at home? Take our quiz to find out if you recycle as well as most people in Greater Manchester.

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