This Hambledon Greening page lets you know where you can recycle - in the green bin and elsewhere for the stuff that the council won't collect.
Plastic food trays (coloured or clear)
These can now be recycled in the Hambledon Village Hall car park - use the BIFFA BIN for clean plastics, including flower pots.
Carrier bags and other soft plastics
These can be recycled at Sainsbury's at Waterlooville, on the first floor by the escalator or at Waitrose in Petersfield.
The Co-op in Denmead will also recycle these in small quantities - please take your own.
This includes bread bags, crisp packets, biscuit wrappers, chocolate wrappers, plastic ring carriers, pet food pouches etc. Click the button below for the full illustrated list of things that can be recycled by the amazing Denmead Scouts at Denmead through Terracycle.
Cartons and Paper Cups
Tetrapaks and other milk and juice cartons can be recycled in the Kidmore Lane Car Park, Denmead (opposite Parkers)
Clothing is collected from containers at the Sustainability Centre, Leydene or at the Denmead Scouts Recycling Depot.
Pens, Highlighters etc
Terracycle are now recycling pens and other writing instruments via the Horndean Technology College. You can also bring them to our collection point at the Village Hall on the third Saturday of every month (0930 to 1230). See link for more details of what is accepted.
Blister packs for pills
Blister packs can be recycled at the Village Hall surgery, when open, opposite the doctor's reception.
Flower pots (clean, plastic) can now be recycled at our Village Hall recycling bin or at Dobbies Garden Centres.