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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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Video tapes

Video tapes
Description
Recycle: We accept video and cassette tapes at all of Staffordshire's recycling centres. Unfortunately, we do not have the facility to accept whole video or cassette tapes for recycling as the tape gets tangled in the recycling process. However, if you are happy to remove the magnetic tape from inside each unit, then the plastic casing can be placed in the hard plastics recycling container, the removed tape will need to go into the general waste.

Recovery: Whole video or cassette tapes or the magnetic tape can be placed in your household general waste bin or taken to any Staffordshire recycling centre.

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