Richmond Civic Centre WEEE Collection
Date and time
Friday 13 January 2017
Richmond Civic Centre
44 York Street
Is your baby bottle-warmer broken? Has your drill died? Is your printer in pieces? Now is the time to clear away those old, broken and unfixable electrical items that you’ve been hoarding in your cupboards and drawers at home.
West London Waste will have a WEEE collection point at Richmond Civic Centre from 9th – 13th January. If you have any small electrical items that you have been itching to get rid of, then bring them along on your next visit so we can get rid of it for you! The collection point will be open as long as the centre is, so please check opening hours.
Richmond Civic Centre – 9th to 13th January 2017
Monday – Thursday – 9:00 am to 5:15 pm
Friday – 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Examples of items we will take for you include – hairdryers, drills, toasters, game consoles, laptops, blenders, electric toothbrushes, battery operated toys, mobile phones, tablets, wires, cables, small speakers, radios, modems, digital tv boxes, etc – anything that has a plug or works with batteries! All that we ask is that you remove any batteries and separate any ink cartridges from your your items before dropping them off as these can be recycled separately.
If you have items that you are not sure about or you want to ask any questions, get in touch with us on 020 8825 9468 or email email@example.com
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