Recycle electrical and electronic items
You can take your unwanted and broken electrical items to Regis Road Reuse and Recycling Centre, where they’re now working with the Fixing Factory. Volunteers will give electricals a new lease of life and then they’ll be sold or donated to households in need. Anything that can’t be fixed will be used for training.
You can also donate items that are still working to a charity shop or give them away.
Find out more about reusing, repairing, and sharing
Small electrical items
You can recycle small electrical items, such as mobile phones, toasters or kettles, using one of the electrical recycling banks located across north London. Check this map to find your nearest recycling point.
If you live in a house or converted house, we may be able to collect your small electrical items, on the same day as your regular recycling.
Order recycling bags for small electrical items or call Veolia.
Large electrical items
Clearabee provides free recycling collections for large and difficult to handle waste electrical items such as fridges and electric heaters.