Find out about recycling in West Sussex

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Find out about recycling items beginning with the letter M. Includes magazines, mattresses, metals, mobile phones and motor oil.

Last updated:
4 September 2020
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1 Magazines

You can recycle your magazines by putting them in your recycling bin at home.

2 Mattresses

You can take your old mattresses to your local Household Waste Recycling Site (HWRS).

Unfortunately there is no sustainable route for recycling mattresses.

Please dispose of your mattresses with the general household rubbish at your local HWRS.

3 Medicine packaging

See Blister packs

4 Metal cans and aerosols

See Cans and Aerosols

5 Metals

Metal items can be taken to your local Household Waste Recycling Site (HWRS) for recycling.

Items such as bicycles, metal furniture, saucepans and baking trays, garden tools, CD racks and so on can be placed in designated containers at the HWRS to be recycled into new metal goods.

Please do not place these bulky metal items in your recycling bin at home as they will cause damage at Ford Materials Recycling Facility (MRF).

Aerosols, metal lids and cans can be placed in your recycling bin at home.

6 Mobile phones

You can recycle your old mobile phones by taking them to your local Household Waste Recycling Site (HWRS) and putting them in the container for small appliances.

7 Monitors

You can recycle your monitors and TVs by taking them to your local Household Waste Recycling Site (HWRS).

8 Motor oil

See Engine oil

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