Public recycling banks and recycling centres

Household waste and recycling centres

Hackney residents can use any of these waste and recycling centres (also known as tips or dumps). You can take a range of household waste items to the sites, including unusable furniture, garden waste, electrical appliances, scrap metal and textiles.

Please check the website of the centre you want to use for opening hours and to see any restrictions on what you can bring.

Public recycling banks

There are over 70 public recycling banks and bins in Hackney. They are available for use by all residents, and are emptied weekly. They must not be used for commercial or business waste. 

There are public banks for clothes and textiles, small electrical items (28cm by 23cm or smaller), low energy light bulbs, books, CDs and DVDs. You can recycle batteries at every Hackney library.

Click on the map below to find out what you can recycle at each location. Stars show locations of bins that accept small electrical itemsDiamonds show the location of clothes banks.

Books, CDs and DVDs

  • Kingsland Road opposite Kingsland Waste
  • Stamford Hill near Lampard Grove
  • Green Lanes near Stoke Newington Church Street junction, adjacent to Clissold Park
  • Wick Road near the junction of Cassland Road
  • Kingsland Shopping Centre car park outside the entrance on Martel Place
  • Paul Street at the junction of Great Eastern Street 

Low energy light bulbs

  • Chatsworth Road at the junction with Rushmore Road
  • Well Street at the junction with Cassland Road
  • Kingsland Shopping Centre car park, outside the entrance on Martel Place
  • Old Street next to the fire station
  • Lordship Road between Lordship Terrace and Lordship Grove

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