Use the link below to find out more information and apply for your permit. Please note: you will need to provide a copy of your V5C form (logbook) and current proof of address.
Please note: visitors using a standard car or a vehicle adapted for wheelchair users do NOT need a permit to use the Recycling Centres unless you intend to visit with a twin axle trailer.
Free resources you can download and print off and display. You can use these to encourage your community group members and other residents in your area to recycle more.
We lend out litter pickers and can provide large collection bags for your litter picking event.
Please contact your council directly to arrange the disposal of your bags of litter.
You can book a live virtual session for your group to talk about recycling right with one of our education officers. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Use this colouring in sheet to show your thanks to the bin crews.
You can stick it on your bin or in your window.
share a photo of your picture with @recycle4gm #wavetowasteworkers
They really do appreciate a smile and a wave.
Use this blank wheelie bin poster to put up in your windows to tell your neighbours about your bins. This is a nice activity for children to do.
Colour in the bin with the correct colour and write a helpful message such as:
“ This bin is being collected this week” or ” Thank you” show the bin crew your thanks
You could draw some pictures of items that can go in this bin and write “These things can go in this bin”
Events posters for you to use to plan and advertise your own recycling or reuse event
Example events could be a “bring and swap” event for clothes, toys ,books etc or an upcycling workshop, bike repair cafe
A blank poster for you to make your own recycling messages.
Example uses to display in your window? Community centre?
“Don’t forget to put your brown bin out this week”
“Bin collection change due to holidays..check your calendar”
“don’t forget aerosol cans can be recycled”
A poster which shows what goes in each bin for the area you live in- remember to only print the area you live in to get the right four bins.
Right Stuff Right Bin is a sorting activity suitable for groups.
Your group have to decide whether an item is suitable for:
• one of their bins at home
• donation to charity
• taking to the local Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC)