- Cardboard (flattened)
- Paper bound books
- NO glass
- NO paper cups
- NO polystyrene
- NO food
- NO liquid
ALL the following items are collected separately for recycling:
Confidential papers - these are shredded on site by our approved contractor. All confidential waste paper should be placed in shredding sacks (or a datasafe console if you have one). Request empty bags for your confidential papers here, or fill out a disposal request form here. Have a look at the confidential waste procedure.
Batteries - regular-sized batteries can be sent to the Post Room (Whiteknights House) via internal post for recycling. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss disposal of large batteries.
Electrical items - fill out a disposal request form here.
IT equipment - fill out a disposal request form here.
Printer cartridges - a box is usually located in the foyer of your building. If it's full, you can ask for it to be emptied here.
Fridges and freezers - contact email@example.com to discuss collections.
Wood and metal - fill out a disposal request form here.
Mobile phones - return to DTS for disposal.
Fluorescent tubes and light bulbs - contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss collections.
Waste cooking oil - contact email@example.com to discuss collections.
There's lots more....but we would be here all day! Have a look at the Recycling A-Z, or contact us for more information.
....in halls accomodation
Please check your halls handbook for information on waste and recycling information. The most up-to-date copy can be found here. When you are ready to move out of halls, there is also useful information in the halls move-out guides, which are available on the same webpage.