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St Ouen recycling facilities

Glass is collected every month from properties in St Ouen. You should clean your glass and put it into a separate glass bin, which should be left outside your house for collection.

All items which are delivered to the recycling points should be:

  • clean (cans, bottles, glass, textiles)
  • empty (cans, bottles)

Do not leave items that do we not collect for recycling at the bring banks such as cardboard or glass where a glass a recycling bank is not provided.

Location of recycling point Type of
recyclable
material 
Items that can be taken there  Items that can't be taken there 
Jersey Hospice Shop Batteries Household batteries (ie AA and AAA)
Button cell/watch batteries
Mobile phone batteries
Car batteries
Les Landes primary school (no public access)  Cans   Aluminium drinks cans   Aerosol cans
Steel food tins
Foil / foil trays
Metal lids 
Batteries Household batteries (ie AA and AAA)
Button cell/watch batteries
Mobile phone batteries
 Car batteries
Parish depot Batteries Household batteries (ie AA and AAA)
Button cell/watch batteries
Mobile phone batteries
Car batteries
Metal packaging Aerosol cans (lids removed)
Aluminium drinks cans
Steel food tins
Foil / foil trays
Metal lids
Glass  Bottles
Jars 
Corks
Metal lids 
Paper  Newspapers
Magazines
Catalogues
Envelopes
Sheet paper
Greeting cards (not musical)
Wrapping paper (sticky tape removed)
Telephone directories
Plastic wrapping
Cardboard
Milk / juice cartons 
Plastic bottles  Drink bottles
Detergent bottles
Cosmetic bottles 
Plastic bottle tops
Plastic pots, tubs and trays
Other plastic packaging 
Textiles  Clothes
Towels
Bedding
Shoes (in pairs)
 
 Cardboard    Food boxes (cereal boxes and food sleeves etc.)
Large empty boxes (large boxes must be cut into small pieces to fit into the recycling banks)
Milk/drink cartons
Polystyrene
Commercial cardboard
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