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Easing of Coronavirus restrictions

A-Z list of waste types

Find out about the different types of waste, where to recycle or dispose of them, and any restrictions or charges for these.

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Household and garden chemicals

Household and garden chemicals
Description
Disposal (restrictions apply): Chemicals should not be placed in your kerbside collection. A small amount is accepted at Staffordshire's recycling centres and should be placed in the chemical safe. Please ask the site attendant for assistance. A limit of 5 x 2.5 litre (or equivalent volume) every 6 months is permitted.

Hazardous waste

Hazardous waste
Description
Disposal (restrictions apply): Chemicals should not be placed in your kerbside collection. A small amount is accepted at Staffordshire's recycling centres and should be placed in the chemical safe. Please ask the site attendant for assistance. A limit of 5 x 2.5 litre (or equivalent volume) every 6 months is permitted.

Household and garden chemicals

Household and garden chemicals
Description
Disposal (restrictions apply): Chemicals should not be placed in your kerbside collection. A small amount is accepted at Staffordshire's recycling centres and should be placed in the chemical safe. Please ask the site attendant for assistance. A limit of 5 x 2.5 litre (or equivalent volume) every 6 months is permitted.

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