Recycling small electricals

Find out about recycling small electrical devices, including kerbside collection and Bring Banks.

Anything with a plug, battery or cable can be recycled and turned into something new

We are excited to announce the launch of our small electrical recycling initiative, a project made possible through the support of Material Focus' Electricals Recycling Fund. This new initiative aims to make recycling small electrical items more accessible and convenient for residents across Haringey. 

Kerbside collection service

Residents in low-rise households (not including blocks of flats or flats above shops) can now easily book a home collection of their small electrical items online. This hassle-free service allows individuals to dispose of their unwanted electronics responsibly, right from their doorstep.

Book your collection online using our waste collection site.

Book a collection

Once you book your collection, put your small electricals in a bag or a box and leave it outside your front door on the morning of your scheduled collection (please do not leave them on the pavement).

Residential estate Bring Banks

Residents living within 4 ‘blocks of flats’ estates (as per listed addresses below) have access to Bring Banks specifically designed for small electrical recycling. These Bring Banks provide a convenient drop-off point for residents to recycle their electronic devices.

Bring Bank locations are:

  • Rothbury Walk (car park Waverley Road), Northumberland Park, N17
  • junction of Reedham Close and Jarrow Road, Tottenham Hale, N17
  • outside the Community Centre, Broadwater Farm, Adams Road, N17

If you don’t live near a Bring Bank, you can also recycle your small electricals at:

  • Finsbury Park entrance, Endymion Rd, London N4 4NB
  • Cranley Gardens, London N10 3AH
  • 58 Colney Hatch Lane, London N10 1DY
  • Haringey Recycling Centre, Western Road, London N22 6XJ

By participating in this initiative, residents not only contribute to the reduction of e-waste but also play a vital role in minimising its environmental impact. Together, we can make a significant difference in our community and beyond.

We are proud to be one of the 40 plus projects funded by Material Focus' Electricals Recycling Fund. This fund is dedicated to reducing e-waste and promoting sustainable practices nationwide. Learn more about the fund and its mission.

What you can recycle

These items can be recycled at Bring Banks or when booking a kerbside collection:

  • radios
  • hair dryers
  • kettles
  • computer keyboards
  • electric toothbrushes
  • mobile phones
  • chargers
  • vapes and e-cigarettes
  • anything with a plug or a battery

Important: the bring bank chute is 600mm wide by 230mm high by 400mm deep. Please do not try to put in items larger than the chute.