Single use Plastics


We work with a number of charities and companies who recycle the single-use plastics listed below. TerraCycle being one of the companies, they are an innovative recycling company that has become a global leader in recycling hard-to-recycle materials. This scheme helps diverts billions of waste resources from our landfills and incinerators, recycling them to make new products.

This poster lists all the waste resources we recycle:

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We have special single-use plastic recycling bins at these public drop off locations:

  • Coolham – William Penn Primary School, Coolham, Nr Billingshurst, RH13 8GR – school hours only.
  • Horsham – Quaker Meeting House, Worthing Road, Horsham, RH12 1SL – use the green bin by the cottage door, right side of the main building, under the window. 24/7
  • Thakeham – Thakeham Village Hall which is usually open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10.00 to noon.
  • Storrington – Pop-up once a week at Storrington Community Market – Fridays 9.45 to 11.15, in Storrington Village Hall, near the Chanctonbury Leisure Centre.
  • Slinfold – location details to follow.
  • Henfield – location details to follow.
  • Amberley – location details to follow.
  • Pulborough – location details to follow.
  • Ashington – coming soon.
  • Some schools have set up recycling bins for our waste resources and periodically deliver them to one of our main drop off locations.

If you are interested in setting a micro-drop off location for us in your community contact us and we will explain the process!


Please only give us the waste resources listed on our flyer. These are some of the plastics we have been wrongly receiving, but they CAN be recycled at collection points at the larger stores of most major supermarkets: 

– All plastic carrier bags, except biodegradable or compostable bags

– Bread bags

– Breakfast cereal liners

– Shrink wrap & ring joiners from multipacks of water, cans etc

– Frozen food bags, e.g. bags for frozen vegetable, chips, etc

– Dry cleaning bags/bags covering new clothing

– Magazine and newspaper wrappers

– Bags for fruit and vegetables

– Bubble wrap

For online shopping deliveries, many supermarkets also allow you to hand your unwanted bags back to the driver for recycling.

These posters show in more detail the waste resources we recycle through TerraCycle.

You can learn about other ways to recycle hard to recycle materials here.

Our Refill Service

Did you know we offer a personal and household cleaning product bottle refill service at the Horsham Repair Cafe on the first Saturday of every month? Saving you money and reducing the number of plastic bottles which need recycling. At the Horsham Repair Cafe you can also buy organic, dry and loose food from a new Horsham based company Earthkind, bring your own container and only pay for the food!

Prices may vary from those shown below:

Want to get involved?

This is your Sussex Green Living! We would love to hear from you or just come to the next Horsham Repair Cafe session on the first Saturday of every month.

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