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What goes where?

Never has it been so important to try and do our bit to recycle as much as possible. Teignbridge District Council are responsible for collection of household waste. Find out when your bins will be collected and what you can put in them.

There will still be some items that can’t be recycled in the household waste collection recycling boxes. What can you do with them?

Crisp packets

43 Old Quarry Drive (BLUE bin)

2 Higher Aboveway (GREEN bin)

The Stowey Arms (BLUE bin by front door)

The Royal Oak (BLACK bin by the shed in the car park)

Plastic packaging for bakery, bread, cheese and dishwasher products

43 Old Quarry Drive (BLUE bin)

2 Higher Aboveway (GREEN bin)

Clothes

The Stowey Arms (Planet Aid bin)

The Swans Nest (Planet Aid bin)

Shelf Life

Candles and Empty Tea Lights

7 Brownlees (RED bin)

Foreign Coins, Stamps

Post Office (until 31 January 22)

Shelf Life

Books

The Stowey Arms (book swap in foyer)

Shelf Life

Bric-a-brac, small domestic appliances, working CDs and DVDs, clean and working toys

Shelf Life

Foodbank

Methodist Church

Confectionery, ice cream, cracker tubs, milk bottle tops and takeaway containers

15 Brownlees (GREEN bin)

Click on the pins in the map below to find the locations, or download the recycling map.

There was a fantastic response from local individuals and businesses who kindly offered to have the recycle stations at their premises. Thank you for supporting this scheme; great community spirit. Be sure to support them all.

If you have any ideas, suggestions, or better still, want to get involved, please email us.

A Google Map has been embedded on this page and is a 3rd party provided service and may not be fully accessible. If you require further help with getting location information please contact us.

Recycling further afield

There are many other items that can be recycled, from water filters to vegetable oil, within a few miles of the village.

If you are aware of any other recycling options, or changes, please contact us so that we can keep the list as up-to-date as possible.