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Mini recycling points

Staffordshire has a number of mini recycling points mostly collecting paper, glass bottles, jars, textiles, food and drinks cans. 

These mini recycling points are sometimes referred to as 'bring banks' or 'bring sites' and they are in addition to the household waste recycling centres run by Staffordshire County Council.

Who is responsible?

Your local borough or district council are often responsible for maintaining the network of mini recycling points across Staffordshire. However, some locations are run independently from the council, for example on some supermarket car parks or at village halls.

For more information about the mini recycling points please visit:

Please note these are external website and Staffordshire County Council is not responsible for the content.

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