Find out about recycling in West Sussex


Find out about recycling items beginning with the letter H. Includes hazardous household waste and hearing aids.

Last updated:
4 September 2020
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1 Hazardous household waste

Hazardous waste is any form of waste which can harm human health or the environment, or is difficult to handle. This can include:

Use the links above to find out more about disposal of each item.

Hazardous waste must be separated from your general household waste before taking it to your local HWRS.

If you are unsure whether a material is hazardous or not, please ask a member of staff at the site, or contact us on 01243 642106.

2 Hearing aids

Please contact your local hospital to see if they accept old hearing aids.

Alternatively you can recycle your old hearing aids by taking them to your local Household Waste Recycling Site (HWRS) and putting them in the container for ‘small appliances’.

3 Household hazardous chemicals

You can take household hazardous chemicals to your local Household Waste Recycling Site (HWRS). Please note that the sites cannot accept quantities larger than 25 litres per visit.

When you arrive at site with your household hazardous chemicals, please ask site staff for assistance as these chemicals must be kept locked in a secure container on site.

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