Give a second life to clothing and electricals
Council is making it easier for you to recycle clothing, homewares, and small electrical appliances.
You can leave the clothing and electrical appliances at our colourful Community Recycling Bins at:
- Ikea carpark, outside Ikea and one level up
- Collingwood Leisure Centre car park (corner of Turnbull Street and Hoddle Street, Clifton Hill)
- Gleadell Street car park (Gleadell Street, opposite the Richmond Recreation Centre)
- Newry Street (cornerr Rathdowne Street, behind North Carlton Library)
More than 95% of the goods are recovered, with the best of the clothing going to local charities, the rest being reused or recycled.
For items other than clothing, homewares and small electrical items, visit the Depot at 168 Roseneath Street, Clifton Hill. They can recycle a range of other items, including cardboard, polystyrene, light globes, telephones and cameras, metal, batteries, soft and hard plastics and books.
This project has been made possible due to funding from the Metropolitan Local Government Waste and Resource Recovery Fund.
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