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Batteries recycling bin

​Batteries recycling bin

Battery and low energy light bulbs recycling service

City of London residents can recycle their household batteries and low energy light bulbs at various recycling points across the City.

Batteries and low energy light bulbs both contain small amounts of toxic heavy metals, including mercury, which when disposed of as household waste can release harmful pollutants into the environment.​​

Use the map​ to find your nearest recycling site.​​

See Hubbub's Bring Back Heavy Metal battery recycling campaign for additional information.

Bins are available for all residents at

Bins are available for Barbican residents at

  • Barbican Estate Office
  • Andrewes House bin area
  • Beech Street lay-by (batteries only)
  • Breton House bin area
  • Bunyan Court bin area
  • Thomas More bin area
  • Willoughby House bin area
Light bulbs recycling bin

​Low energy light bulbs recycling bin

Bins are available for Golden Lane residents at

Bins are available for Mansell Street residents at

Bins are available for Middlesex Street Estate residents at

Batteries and low energy light bulbs can also be recycled over the counter at most Robert Dyas stores within the City. In addition, batteries can also be recycled by taking them to your nearest Curry's, Boots, Tesco or Sainsbury's.

Published:
31 May 2013
Last Modified:
21 November 2017

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