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Car batteries can be taken to local Household Waste Recycling Centres.
Single cell household batteries e.g. AA or AAA can be taken to collection points at any retailers where batteries are sold.
For more information on battery recycling visit Recycle now: Battery recycling|
You can pass your unwanted bicycle to friends, relatives or neighbours to be re-used, alternatively cyclerecycle will take any bikes, parts and accessories (except for helmets) as long as they are in a reasonable condition. You can drop bikes off at the Alternative Technology Centre by appointment - but you must ring first on 01422 842 121 (Alternative Technology Centre, Hebble End Mill, Hebden Bridge, HX7 6HJ).
For more information visit cycle:recycle| .
Glass bottles and jars can be deposited in your recycling box and placed at the kerbside every week - please refer to your calendar or the Collection day finder.
For any missed collections or if you are uncertain of collection days contact Customer First on 01422 288002.
For plastic bottles please refer to Plastic.
Bricks and rubble can be taken to any of the 5 Household Waste Recycling Centres and deposited in the skips marked Bricks and Rubble.
Note: 6 standard sized builders bags only – 20kg maximum capacity.
Calderdale Council can arrange to collect and dispose of bulky household waste from your property for a standard charge. Bulky household waste consists of free standing furniture or electrical appliances. There is an additional charge for the collection and disposal of fridges, freezers and fridge freezer units. You can apply online for this service:
Additionally free estimates are given for the removal and disposal of builders and DIY waste, large quantities of garden waste together with fixtures and fittings from your property.
To arrange a collection telephone Customer First 01422 288002. Credit / debit card details taken by way of payment, cash or cheques by post or in person.
- CHAS Bradford| collect cookers, domestic appliances, electrical goods and fridges / freezers free of charge.
- Freecycle| is an excellent way to pass your unwanted items to others.
- Pass It On (part of The National Children's Centre) is a local charity that collects furniture for people on low incomes.
They will collect all items apart from those that do not meet legal requirements (e.g. fire retardancy), items that are not in a re-useable condition, gas appliances and items that may be too heavy to move (e.g. pianos). For more information call 01484 537519 or 08456 341360.