Electrical rubbish recycling events across South Gloucestershire including Thornbury

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By Trucks79 | Monday, January 23, 2012, 17:04

Do you have any unwanted small electrical items at home? If so why not take them along to one of South Gloucestershire's FREE amnesty events and they will recycle them for you at no cost to you From Toasters to irons, kettles to game consoles, DVD players to electrical toothbrushes you can take them along to any one of the councils free amnesty events, in fact, anything with a plug or uses batteries you can take along. 

South Gloucestershire Council are running four sessions across the area including Thornbury, Patchway, Yate and Kingswood.

The first amnesty event takes place in Thornbury at the Rock Street Car Park, BS35 2BA on Saturday 21st January, between 8am & 4pm followed by Coniston Community Centre Car Park, Coniston Road, Patchway BS34 5LP on Tuesday 24th January between 8am & 4pm

If you are unable to attend any of those sites then you can also go along to Yate Leisure Centre Car Park, Kennedy Way, Yate BS37 4DQ on Thursday 26th January between 8am & 4pm with your last chance being at The Co-op Car Park, Hall Road, Kingswood BS15 8JD on Saturday 28th January between 8am & 4pm.

If you have larger items, such as fridges, washing machines or microwaves then you can take them directly to one of the SORT IT!* Centres, which are located at Yate, Thornbury, Mangotsfield and Stoke Gifford.

      

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    @Bland_Media, Good point I guess it is a little set back out of the way for pedestrians. I wonder it it was a success? being a car driver I didnt think about this from a pedestrian point of view.

    By Trucks79 at 18:08 on 14/02/12

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    The Sort It!* centre, at the end of Short Way, may be practical for vehicle owners, but it is hardly pedestrian friendly (in either its layout or its location). This amnesty clearly had the elderly and disabled particularly in mind, and would involve recycling without the additional consumption of petrol or diesel. Have a heart, guys!

    By Bland_Media at 12:13 on 14/02/12

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    StanMor, I agree I am not really sure that there is need for it. After all if you can make your way to the drop off points then surly you can make your way to your local Sort-It Centre?

    By Trucks79 at 08:06 on 04/02/12

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    I don't understand the need for such an 'amnesty'. If you go to the Sort-it centre you can drop off anything electrical, large or small, at any time (in opening hours of course). Such items are really worth recycling as they contain a variety of metals and rare elements that should never go into landfill.

    By StanMor at 22:24 on 01/02/12

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