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Recycling In Chichester

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Non-council collectors

Chichester Recycling Centre

Coach Rd, Chichester PO18 0NX

For more information, such as opening times and what is accepted at this centre, visit the Council website.

More ways to recycle

While Chichester District Council gives you three main ways to recycle, there may be things that you can’t recycle through the council. Thankfully, there are other things you can recycle in Chichester to stop them going into landfill. To find out more about the three main ways you can recycle through the council, head over to our West Sussex page which covers Chichester.

The main charity shops in Chichester

If you know of a great recycling initiative in Chichester, we would love to talk about it here so more people know about it. Just let us know so we can shout about it.

Non-council collectors in your area

If you have items that can’t go into your kerbside recycling bin or any other already mentioned collection points, a non-council collector may be able to help.

If you know of a great non-council collector in Chichester, please let us know so we can publicise it here.

What other things can I recycle in Chichester

The Tesco in Fishbourne Road has a collection point for soft plastics which is recycled through Tesco. A variety of items such as cucumber wrappers, salad bags, crisp packets and bread wrappers are accepted.

If you have thin plastic lids, plastic pouches (e.g micowave rice, petfood etc), the Co-Op in East Street and the one on Spitalfield Lane have collection points for these. You can see a full list of what they do and don’t collect on their website

The Specsavers in the high street (East Street) should allow you to recycle glasses and contact lenses. There’s also a Specsavers in the Sainsbury’s in Westhampnett Road.

Boots on North Street allows you to recycle items that are available at their stores, but can’t be placed in your household recycling bin. Such as make-up palettes, lipsticks, toothpaste tubes and lotion pump. Boots say that they accept most hard-to-recycle products sold in Boots stores in the recycling box.

Photo shows the Boots store in Chichester that recycles packaging that is difficult to recycle.

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