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Ellisfield Recycling Initiative

Ellisfield (‘The Green Village’)

We in Ellisfield aim to live up to the above description, both from a scenic and environmentally friendly viewpoint.

There are a number of recycling initiatives in place in the village; organised by residents who spare the time to collate and recycle items which cannot be included in the green wheelie bin.  The list is provided below - do please consider using these facilities and help to reduce the amount going to incineration and so improve the environment.

Item types and drop off points:

Printer inkjet cartridges (HP only) and toners

Ted Dowson, Woodpeckers, Axford Road

Household batteries

Seumas Foster, Northgate Cottage, Northgate Lane

Water filter cartridges

Jenny Krauklis-Gould, 3 Park View, Green Lane

Mobile Phones and chargers

Tony Matthews, Mayfield, Green Lane

Plastic Milk Bottle Tops

Jacqui Matthews, Mayfield, Green Lane

Rags, Leather Goods, etc

Tony Murphy, Crickwood, Berrydown Lane (on the way to Preston Candover)

Items for St Michael’s Hospice Shop

Tony Murphy, Crickwood, Berrydown Lane (on the way to Preston Candover)

Old/Used Postage Stamps

Hannah Houstin-Lacey, Fairholme, Green Lane

Recycling Bins, Boxes (for glass) and Banks, plus Grey Waste Bins

The grey bins (used for anything that can’t be recycled) are collected every Friday morning.  The green recycling bins and the green glass recycling boxes are collected every other Friday (click HERE for 2013 dates). There are also recycling banks throughout Basingstoke.

Here is Basingstoke Council’s check list:

Your Green Recycling Bin

All plastic bottles, such as drinks, milk, cleaning products and shampoo bottles (please remove lids).

All aluminium and steel cans, such as drinks, food and pet food cans.
Empty aerosols.

All unlined cardboard packaging and boxes, such as cereal and food boxes. All clean non-shredded paper, such as newspapers, magazines, junk mail, directories and Yellow Pages.

Christmas and Birthday cards (why not cut into gift tags?).

Your Green Recycling Box or Maroon Bin

All glass bottles and jars. They should be rinsed out and any corks or tops removed.

Recycling Bank (the nearest is
at Sainsbury’s, Hatch Warren)

Aluminium foil, textiles, clothes and shoes, books, CDs and DVDs.

Your Grey Bin

Plastic packaging, such as polystyrene, cellophane, yoghurt pots, margarine tubs, food trays and flower pots.

Drinks cartons, such as milk and juice cartons.

Shredded paper.
Gift Wrap.

Garden Waste Collection Service

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council (BDBC) provide a fortnightly collection of garden waste from February to November for residents to recycle their garden waste. The collection service is for all grass cuttings, cut flowers, hedge clippings, weeds, twigs and prunings.

More information can be found on the BDBC website HERE.

Basingstoke & Deane Website

More details on Recycling, Rubbish and Waste can be found on the Basingstoke Council website HERE.