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Batteries: household style batteries (AA, C, etc.) should be placed in the battery recycling bins, which are adjoined to the three bin recycling stations in the Main Building Reception, the Library, Vision Sciences Main Reception, the Union and in the North Wing lobby.
For larger or unusual batteries please arrange for these to be sent down to stores via the Estates Helpdesk where they are being kept for collection. It is important that we do not throw batteries in the general waste, as they are classed as hazardous.
At home, it's even better to try reducing food waste by buying only what you need and 'loving your leftovers' (look at the Love Food Hate Waste website for inspiration).
Alternatively, you could donate directly to your own local charity shop, or offer unwanted items on your local Freegle or Freecycle network.
Cling film, polystyrene and rigid plastic items need to be put in the general waste bins.
Where possible, please empty liquids and food from bottles and packaging before placing in the bins.
Tip: look out for the 'widely recycled' label on food products or an identification number (triangle with a number in it) - numbers 1 to 3 can be recycled. Have a look at this guidance for more information.