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Recycling In Seaford

Ways to donate

Non-council collectors

Seaford Recycling Centre

Cradle Hill Road, Seaford BN25 3JE

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

More ways to recycle

The council gives you three main ways to recycle, but there are things that they don’t accept that can still be recycled. Before we tell you more about that, make sure that you’re familiar with what the council already recycles.

On this page, you’ll find all of the information you need to be more green in Seaford. The two main ways to make sure items avoid a landfill is to either recycle it, or (if it’s in good enough condition) donate it. 

Charity shops in Seaford

Non-council collectors in your area

The Seaford Environmental Alliance is a collector for Terracycle. Terracycle is a recycling company that allows you to recycle items that would otherwise be put to landfill. 

The Alliance collects cheese packaging and confectionary packaging for Terracycle. Head over to the Terracycle website to find out what can be collected in the cheese packaging and confectionery packaging waste streams.

Help Seaford becoming plastic free

Plastic Free Seaford is a group for the community to motivate and educate people on how we can combat plastic waste. The group runs beach clean-ups and offers lots of information on how to be greener. You can even hire a party set from them to make your next kid’s birthday party less wasteful.

Find out more about the group and how you can get involved through their website. They also have a Facebook page you can follow. 

What other things can I recycle in Seaford

The Co-Op on Shepway Parade allows you to recycle soft plastic packaging. Find out what you can recycle here.

The Boots on Broad Street is part of the Recycle at Boots scheme. Through the scheme, you can recycle most of the items you would buy at Boots that would otherwise be sent to landfill. For example; toothpaste tubes and make up palettes. Find out what other items are accepted here.

The Tesco Express on Sutton Park Road has a battery recycling point

Photo shows a group of volunteers from Plastic Free Seaford standing on the beach with litter pickers and bags to collect plastic waste

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