We offer a free kerbside collection service for small electricals. Use the search tool below to find out what to do with an item.
Place your waste electrical items:
- into one small size carrier bag (or a small bin liner, such as a pedal bin liner)
- next to your bin on your normal collection day
Batteries should be put into a separate small bag.
Please do not place your electrical items in black sacks or charity bags.
Due to limited space in our collection vehicles, we can only take one bag of electricals per household per week.
Please note that we cannot collect WEEE waste (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) from communal properties. They can be taken to and disposed of at a number of Bring Sites throughout Mole Valley.
- irons, toasters, kettles, blenders and other kitchen appliances
- power tools, smoke detectors and thermostats
- hairdryers, clippers and shavers, electric toothbrushes, straighteners and curling tongs
- radios, CD/MP3 players and speakers
- alarm clocks, calculators, clocks and torches
- DVD and video players, game consoles and remote controls
- mobile phones, cameras and chargers
- hard drives and computer components
- small electrical toys
- household, mobile phone and laptop batteries (tie up in a separate bag)
- low energy light bulbs
- TVs, laptops and computer monitors
- large appliances such as washing machines, dishwashers or fridge freezers
Find out what happens to your electricals.
Other ways to recycle
Working items can be donated to the Surrey Reuse Network or a local charity.
You could also advertise them through a free community exchange scheme, such as Freecycle.
The Community Recycling Centres accept electronic goods, including large items.