Coronavirus (COVID-19): change to service
On advice from the government regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have closed all of our recycling banks across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. If the textile banks are full, please do not leave items next to them.
See further information about changes to services.
There are 15 recycling banks in Poole which can take:
- bags and belts
There are also 5 recycling banks that can take small electricals and electronics such as:
- electric toothbrushes
Don't worry about the quality of your items, they will be reused or recycled.
There are recycling banks for textiles at:
- Branksome - Branksome Recreation Ground, BH12 2AL
- Broadstone - Story Lane car park, BH18 8EQ
- Canford Cliffs - Ravine Road car park, BH13 7HY
- Canford Cliffs - Penn Hill, Canford Cliffs Road, BH14 9LZ
- Canford Heath - Adastral Square car park, Adastral Road, BH17 8SA
- Hamworthy - Lake Pier car park, Lake Drive, BH15 4LR
- Merley and Bearwood - Magna Road layby
- Parkstone - Commercial Road car park, BH14 8BE
- Parkstone - Jubilee Road car park, BH12 2PU
- Parkstone - Civic Centre surface car park, BH15 2RU
- Poole Town - Sainsbury's, Pitwines Close, BH15 1XU
- Poole Town - Chapel Lane car park, BH15 1NZ
- Poole Town - Dolphin Swimming Pool car park, BH15 1TN
Electricals and electronics
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) recycling banks placed in various car parks across BCP Council have been removed.
Unfortunately, the containers attracted a lot of fly-tipping and vandalism, and were often heavily contaminated with various items that are not electrical and cannot be recycled.
Residents will still be able to recycle their small electrical items at the Household Waste Recycling Centres at Millhams in Bournemouth, Wilverley Road in Christchurch and Nuffield in Poole.
Page last updated: 24 September 2020