- Chemicals and paints
- DIY waste, rubble and building materials
- Electronic and electrical equipment
- Flat glass (greenhouse. windows etc)
- Garden waste
- Gas bottles
- Glass bottles and jars
- Household and garden chemicals and paints
- Ink cartridges
- Items for reuse
- Light bulbs & flourescent lighting tubes
- Metals – Cans, Foil & Scrap
- Newspapers and magazines
- Oil - cooking oil
- Oil - waste engine oil
- Plastic bottles
- Textiles and clothes
- Wood and timber
Metal -cans, scrap metal etc.
Where it is taken?
Scrap metal- SIMS, Avonmouth
Scrap metal- Celsa, Cardiff
Cans- Smiths (Gloucester) Ltd, Moreton Valance
What happens to it?
Scrap metal- SIMS- After separation at Moreton Valance, ferrous and non-ferrous metals sent to UK based metal recycling facilities. Non-Ferrous metal is processed in a metal shredder at Sims and then shipped globally.
Scrap metal- Celsa- After separation at Moreton Valance, ferrous and non-ferrous metals sent to UK based metal recycling facilities. Celsa produce Steel from ferrous Scrap Metal.
Cans- Smiths (Gloucester) Ltd-Steel and Aluminium cans are separated by Smiths, baled and sent for recycling within the UK.
Scrap metal- SIMS- smelted into raw materials for new products
Scrap metal- Celsa- raw materials for new products
Cans- Smiths (Gloucester) Ltd- New steel products, such as bicycle frames, cutlery and new food cans and Aluminium cans