Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

We are a charity dedicated to helping local businesses divert reusable waste away from landfill/energy recovery and towards the reuse economy. We are also strongly committed to increasing our recycling provision, aiming to become a community hub for reuse and recycling by providing drop-off points for items such as toothbrushes. We are also synchronizing with other local organisations to promote sustainable development throughout Bristol.  

Electrical Goods

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We accept desktop keyboards and office phones for Scrapstore PlayPods.  For all other unwanted computer equipment such as computers, laptops, monitors, printers, scanners etc or secure data destruction please get in touch. Byteback IT or Tel: 0117 3706456 

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For other electrical goods, CD players, DVD players, kettles, toasters, Emmaus Bristol will accept. For a list of accepted donations click here. Please phone in advance as they like to ask a few basic questions before accepting donations. Tel: 0117 954 0886.

Furniture

Whilst we occasionally accept some furniture SOFA Project is better set up for this as they have sites in Old Market and Gloucester Road. They take most furniture and some white goods. See their website for details.

General Household

Donations such as good quality adult clothing, shoes, kitchenware, can be donated to any number of charity shops.

Paint

We cannot generally accept paint, but Community Repaint has 2 projects in Bristol that do:

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Community Repaint Old Market Tel: 0117 954 7800

Community Repaint Bristol South Tel: 0117 923 1970

Wood

We will take offcuts and manageable donations. For larger quantities Bristol Wood Recycling Project can do paid collections where they will take away any wood waste you have.  They also have the option of drop off donations subject to these guidelines and cannot guarantee they will take it: No MDF or Chipboard, nothing with nails in, no timber under 1.5m in length and furniture must be in reusable condition.

For any other recycling and waste queries please check Bristol Reuse Campaign.