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Use the A to Z menu above to find out what extra items you can reuse or recycle.
 
Diesel
This is acceptable at your local Household Waste Recycling Centre. It will be classed as hazardous waste and restricted to 5 litres in any 6 month period. (Red diesel is not accepted and is classed as trade waste).
 
DIY waste
DIY waste is accepted at your local Household Waste Recycling Centre.

Please note that some DIY waste is chargeable and some is limited to half a ton or 12 sacks in a 6 month period. Click here for more details.

Dishwashers
See 'Electrical Items'.
 
Doors (wood)
Wooden doors can be taken to your local Household Waste Recycling Centre.
 
Doors (UPVC)
UPVC doors can be taken to your local Household Waste Recycling Centre. Please note that these items are chargeable, you can find out more here.

 
Drinks Cans
See
' Cans'.
 
Drinks cartons (tetra packs)
Some local councils will collect cartons as part of the household collection service; click here for more info. Otherwise, you can find a locator of carton recycling points here or they can be recycled at certain Recycling Centres. Click here to find your nearest Recycling Centre to see if they can be recycled.
 
Duvets and Bedding

Duvets and bedding can be taken to your local Household Waste Recycling Centre, however they cannot be recycled and will need to be put in the general waste container.
Duvet covers, pillow cases, sheets and blankets can be put in the textiles container to be recycled.

DVDs and CDs
Unwanted disks can be reused to make DIY bird deterrents or can be cut up to make mosaics to decorate plant pots, picture frames or mirrors. You could also try selling them online to generate cash. Simple search the internet with ''Sell CDs''. Unwanted CDs and DVDs can also be taken to a charity shop.

DVD and CD Players
See 'Electrical Items'.