hypnocat the pink fluffy recycling cat

Look into my eyes

I am HypnoCat, master purrrsuader and recycling crusader

Four reasons to recycle your unwanted electricals

HypnoCat knows

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1. Less clutter. More space to stretcchhh

Repeat after me: “When I declutter my human lair I won’t bin anything with a plug, battery, or cable. I’ll bag it instead.”

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2. Your old electricals can save lives

Recycle them – and they could be reborn as playgrounds, bicycles, or life-saving equipment (or even tiny kitten cycles!). We all deserve another chance. 

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3. You will be helping save the planet

By recycling your unwanted electricals you’re stopping precious materials going to waste, and curbing carbon emissions.

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4. You will feel sooo good

It’s easier than you might think. Just bag up your unwanted electricals, find your local recycling point and purr.

Find your local recycling point

Look into my eyes

I am HypnoCat

A pink, fluffy, hypnotic cat with one mission – to hypnotise the nation into recycling their electricals.

Sing with me! Anything with a plug, battery or cable can be recycled.

Not sure where to start?

HypnoCat has done the planning for you

It’s as easy as ABC

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Does your old electrical contain batteries or bulbs? Remove these before recycling. It’s your responsibility to remove personal data from smart devices and computers, so remember to take out memory cards and delete your data.

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Find a bag that you can use to store all your old electricals until you can go to the recycling centre – or until collection day, if you have one.

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Check the easy recycling locator to find your nearest reuse, repair or recycling point. Some councils will also collect directly from your home. Otherwise keep your electricals in your bag until you’re ready to go.

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You are not alone

Other smart humans are recycling their electricals

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You too can make sure your unwanted electricals are recycled and remanufactured into anything from playgrounds to life-saving equipment.

What electrical items can be recycled?

Anything with a plug, battery or cable can be recycled.

Are your old electricals still working?

Ask yourself if another human could give them a good home.


You will find your nearest reuse and recycling point

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