Monday 27 September 2021

Environment Monday - How to recycle/freecycle in Barnet

 Reuse and recycle electrical items

You can recycle anything with a plug, battery, or cable, including:

  • smartphones
  • charging cables 
  • broken kitchen appliances such as toasters or blenders
  • electric shavers
  • electric toothbrushes
  • hair dryers 
  • computers
  • laptops
  • tablets
  • games consoles 
  • televisions
  • speakers
  • remote controls

Use the electricals recycling locatorExternal link to find shops or electrical recycling points near you.

If you’re getting rid of an old phone, laptop or another device that holds personal information, make sure you delete your dataExternal link first.

Large electrical items

Barnet is in the North London Waste Authority Area, which means residents can book a free home collection of large electrical items from ClearabeeExternal link

You can book a free collection service onlineExternal link or telephone 0330 088 1085

The Clearabee telephone lines are open Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.

To cancel a booking, you can either reply to the booking email or email Clearabee on link with your booking reference number.

Small electrical items

Small electrical items can also be taken to the Summers Lane Reuse and Recycling Centre or one of the other North London Reuse and Recycling CentresExternal link.

Give away items

There are many websites where you can give away electrical items you no longer need if they are in good working order:

The person receiving the item may be required to collect the item from the person giving the item away.

Check your waste carrier is licensed

You can check whether a company is registered as a 'carrier of waste' by visiting the Environment Agency online register

This information is reposted from the Barnet Council Website

The Barnet Eye is committed to supporting sustainability, recycling and environmental awareness.

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