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St Peter recycling facilities

Glass is collected every month from properties in St Peter. You should clean your glass and put it into a separate glass bin, which should be left outside your house for collection. There are no additional recycling points for glass in St Peter.

Household recycling collection

From December 2019 homes in St. Peter will receive a recycling collection. Every home in the parish has been provided with recycling boxes or bins (for homes with shared bin storage).

St Peter household recycling collection leaflet

Here is a quick guide to using the scheme:

​Material collected​Items that can be included​Items that can't be included

​Metal packaging

Use your black box or bin labelled 'metal packaging'

​Aerosol cans (lids removed)
Aluminium drinks cans
Steel food tins
Foil / foil trays
Metal lids 

​Paper and cardboard (mixed)

Use your blue box or bin labelled 'mixed paper & card'

​Newspapers
Magazines
Catalogues
Envelopes
Sheet paper
Greeting cards (not musical)
Wrapping paper (sticky tape removed)
Card food packaging and boxes
Larger cardboard boxes, cut into pieces 
​Telephone directories
Plastic wrapping
Milk / juice cartons 
Polystyrene
​Plastic bottles

Use your red box or bin labelled 'plastic bottles'

​Drink bottles
Detergent bottles
Cosmetic bottles 
​Plastic bottle tops
Plastic pots, tubs and trays
Other plastic packaging 

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

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

Do not leave items that do we not collect for recycling at the bring banks such as glass and cardboard.

Recycling collection dates  for paper, cardboard, plastic bottles and metal packaging

Your recycling will be collected on the same day as your existing rubbish and glass collections. It will be collected later by a different vehicle. A different box or bin will be collected for recycling each week. Use the planner below to know which box or bin to put out for collection.

For collection queries, contact Premier Waste Management on +44 (0) 1534 741185 between 8am ​and 5pm or email Premier Waste.

​December 2019​Monday​Tuesday​Wednesday​Thursday​Friday
​​​​​​​​Paper and card​9​10111213
Plastic bottles1617181920
​​​​​​​​Paper and card​2324252627
​​​​​​​​Metal packaging​3031
​January 2020​Monday​Tuesday​Wednesday​Thursday​Friday
​​​​​​​​Metal packaging123
​Paper and card​6​7​8​9​10
Plastic bottles1314151617
​​​​​​​​Paper and card​2021222324
​​​​​​​​Metal packaging​2728293031
​February 2020​Monday​Tuesday​Wednesday​Thursday​Friday
​​​​​​​​​Paper and card​34567
Plastic bottles1011121314
​​​​​​​​Paper and card​1718192021
​​​​​​​​Metal packaging​2425262728

Other recycling points in St Peter

Location of recycling pointType of
recyclable
material 
Items that can be taken there Items that can't be taken there 
ATC (no public access)Cans Aluminium drinks cans  Aerosol cans
Steel food tins
Foil / foil trays
Metal lids 
Community centre  ​ ​ ​ ​Batteries Household batteries (AA and AAA)
Button cells (eg watch batteries)
Mobile phone batteries
Rechargeable batteries
Car batteries
​Cardboard​Empty and flattened boxes, such as:
Cereal boxes
Egg boxes
Food boxes and sleeves
Larger boxes (break these into smaller pieces to fit into the cardboard bank)
​Milk cartons
Liquid cartons (ie juice and soup)
​Metal packaging​Aerosol cans (lids removed)
Aluminium drinks cans
Steel food tins
Foil / foil trays
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
Co-op Locale, BeaumontBatteries Household batteries (AA and AAA)
Button cells (eg watch batteries)
Mobile phone batteries
Rechargeable batteries 
Car batteries
Co-op, St Peters VillageTextiles Clothes
Towels
Bedding
Shoes (in pairs) 
Car batteries 
Batteries Household batteries (AA and AAA)
Button cells (eg watch batteries)
Mobile phone batteries
Rechargeable batteries 
 
El Tico Cans Aluminium drinks cans  Aerosol cans 
Clean steel food tins
Foil / foil trays
Metal lids 
 
Goose Green car park
BatteriesHousehold batteries (AA and AAA)
Button cells (eg watch batteries)
Mobile phone batteries
Rechargeable batteries 
Car batteries
Metal packagingAerosol cans (lids removed)
Aluminium drinks cans
Steel food tins
Foil / foil trays
Metal lids
CardboardEmpty and flattened boxes, such as:
Cereal boxes
Egg boxes
Food boxes and sleeves
Larger boxes (break these into smaller pieces to fit into the cardboard bank)
Milk cartons
Liquid cartons (ie juice and soup)
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)
Jersey Bowl TextilesClothes
Towels
Bedding
Shoes (in pairs)  
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