The Mobile Household Recycling Centre (MHRC) will be visiting Stirchley again on Friday 11th March at the car park in Morrisons (at the back near the permanent recycling bins, towards the corner or Ribblesdale Rd and Bond St) from 7am until 12 noon.
The mobile van is a chance for residents of the ward (and neighbouring wards) to dispose of any items without having to take a trip to the tip – and can be accessed without the use of a car. The MHRC features three vehicles: a regular refuse collection vehicle for waste with no other use; a van for taking away items that can be reused by charities; and a wagon with multiple compartments for recycling by material type.
CAN BE RECYCLED: Recycle any household rubbish that cannot be reused; standard recycling materials that usually go in your recycling; garden waste; bigger items like toys or small household items. Batteries, lightbulbs, small electronics etc can be recycled.
NOT ACCEPTED: Building materials, white goods (like fridges), hazardous materials and larger items will not be accepted.
For more information on Birmingham City Council’s Mobile Household Recycling Centres, visit the website.