We're encouraging people to recycle whether it be at home, through our household waste recycling centres or even at supermarkets.
Our 50 ways to make food go further campaign is helping people to cut their food waste.
Let us know what you think of your local household waste recycling centre by completing a short online survey. This helps us to identify what you like about the centres and any areas for improvement. The survey is open until 10 January 2020.
Our household waste recycling centres are for items of waste from households which may be too large or bulky to be taken by your normal kerbside waste collection.
Information is provided on their locations and what items are accepted or not accepted.
All our centres are open from 8:30am to 6pm every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Your kerbside collections and local recycling banks are provided by your district or borough council. Waste collected in Derby is managed by Derby City Council.
For more information about these please contact your local council or find details of your kerbside collections and nearest recycling point at recycle now.
Find out what happens to your glass, cans and tins and electricals once you send them to be recycled.
Not sure how to reduce, reuse and recycle or compost your waste see our A to Z guide on waste and initiatives on Love Food Hate Waste, furniture reuse, recycling electricals and real nappies.
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