Please note: Due to coronavirus, the Ipswich Furniture Project is closed until further notice. Check Ipswich Furniture Project's website for the latest updates.
In the UK an average householder owns 25 electrical or electronic appliances and, at present, only 10% of the electrical waste is currently recycled.
Find out how you can recycle your household electrical items in Ipswich...
Come to our Give & Take events and reuse/recycle your unwanted items, or simply come along and take something away for free!
Bring along any unwanted small household items such as kettles, vacuum cleaners, TVs, hair dryers and straighteners, irons etc. All items will be PAT safety tested before being placed out for reuse.
Keep an eye on our events calendar for details on upcoming events.
You can help to recycle more small electrical items from your home by taking them to a local electrical recycling bank.
Electrical items should not be placed in your bins at home (black or blue).
|Yes please||No thank you|
|✓ Hair dryer/straighteners||✗ Batteries|
|✓ Kettles||✗ Cookers|
|✓ Toasters||✗ Fridges/freezers|
|✓ Irons||✗ Washing machines|
|✓ Food mixers||✗ Tumble driers|
|✓ Small lamps||✗ Microwave cookers|
|✓ Key boards||✗ Vacuum cleaners|
|✓ Shavers||✗ Lights bulbs|
|✓ DVD players||✗ Computer monitors|
|✓ Clocks/clock radios||✗ TVs|
|✓ Radios||✗ Rubbish|
|✓ Small fans||✗ Anything that will not fit into the chute|
|✓ Battery operated/electrical|
|✓ Power tools|
|✓ Remote Controls|
We’ve partnered with Ipswich Furniture Project to provide a collection service within Ipswich for large electrical items.
Household electrical items larger than a microwave are collected free of charge, regardless of condition.
There are several options available if you have unwanted items that are still in good condition.
See Re-using large items for more information.