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Mini recycling sites

What are mini recycling sites?

There are over 145 mini recycling sites (often known as 'bring sites' or 'bottle banks') located around the East Riding. These are recycling sites smaller than the household waste recycling sites (tips) where you can recycle a more limited range of materials, such as glass, paper and textiles.

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Where is my nearest recycling site?

You can search for mini recycling sites (finder map) by either postcode, keyword or map.

Please note: all mini recycling sites get very busy over bank holidays.  If the banks are full, please do not leave excess material as this is fly-tipping and if cleared as such, may not go for recycling.
 

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What can I recycle at mini recycling sites?

Each mini recycling site accepts different waste for recycling. Find your local mini recycling sites (finder map) and see what can be taken to each.

Please note - it is illegal to use tips to dispose of waste from your business and you have a duty of care to ensure that it is taken to an appropriately licensed disposal facility. Read more about how to dispose of your business waste legally.

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How can I report a full bank at a mini recycling site?

You can report a full recycling bank online (opens in new window) and we will ensure that it is emptied as soon as possible.  

Please note: all mini recycling sites get very busy over bank holidays.  If the banks are full, please do not leave excess material as this is fly-tipping and if cleared as such, may not go for recycling.

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Where can I recycle tetrapak?

Tetrapak cartons for example juice cartons can be recycled using the kerbside blue recycling bins.  Due to low tonnages any banks at mini recycling sites have been removed in November 2014. 

 

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