BT recycling hub will offer monthly drop off sessions at The Bullen Building, accessed via the Sport and Social Club carpark off Kingsley Road, Bishops Tachbrook, CV33 9RR.
Free recycling programmes
BT recycling hub currently offer the following free recycling programmes. These can change so please check before bringing your packaging to us:
- The Air home and Laundry Care
- Cheese packaging
- Food storage container and reusable bottle
- Hasbro Toys and Games
- Marigold gloves
- Philips dental care
- Pladis biscuits and snacks
- Pringles tubes
- Taylors of Harrogate flexible coffee packing
- Waburtons bakery
We have also partnered with other local schemes to offer:
- Thoroughly clean and dry all packaging.
- Sort by scheme.
- Flatten packaging.
- Come to the drop off sessions.
- Bring contaminated packaging.
- Bring any packing or items that are not listed in the schemes.
- Mix packaging.
- Drop off outside of session dates and times.
We offer recycling through the TerraCycle schemes.
TerraCycle develop ways to collect and recycle rubbish that local Household Waste Recycling Centres do not generally accept, including beauty product packaging, toys, crisp packets, and much more.
What makes something locally recyclable depends on whether your local recycling company can profit from recycling it. If the cost of collecting and processing the waste is lower than the value of the resulting raw material, it will likely be locally recyclable. If the cost is higher, then it likely won’t be. The good news is that most rubbish can be technically recycled.
TerraCycle can recycle the hard-to-recycle because they work with brands, retailers, and other stakeholders who fund the recycling process. Concerned stakeholders sponsor free recycling programmes so you can recycle for free. It’s a way for them to take voluntary responsibility over this important externality.