Rebecca Harris and Councillor Chas Mumford encourage recycling 

Rebecca Harris and Councillor Chas Mumford visited Canvey Library to recycle some of their broken electrics.

Rebecca Harris said: “It's easy to recycle broken and unwanted small electrical items. Small electronic appliances can be taken to any library in Castle Point and 97% of the materials can be used to make something new!


Small electricals you can recycle:

These items can be taken to any library in Castle Point (Benfleet, Canvey Island, Hadleigh or Tarpots) or place smaller items in any of the textile banks around the borough:

  • All electronic devices (e.g. Phones, mobile phones, computers, printers,remote controls, chargers, radios, VCRs, digiboxes, speakers, hi-fi units, electronic toys and more...)
  • All electrical personal care (e.g. Hairdryers, hair straighteners, electric toothbrushes,hair trimmers, shavers, hair curlers, facial saunas, power showers and more...)
  • All electrical appliances (e.g. Kettles, toasters, irons, blenders, sandwich toasters,coffee machines, whisks, bread makers, electric
  • scales, smoothie makers and more...)
  • All DIY & garden electricals (e.g. Drills, power tools, garden shears, jigsaws, sanders,strimmers, angle grinders and more...)