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Millions of us have. In fact 80% of UK households say they’ve been having a clearout in 2021. Tonnes of stuff being sorted and recycled.
Cables, chargers, old phones, hairdryers, more cables. Small, tangled. Do they still work? What about my data? What can I recycle – and where?
Turns out we’re a nation of secret throwers – with more than half of us binning a partner’s stuff when they’re not looking. Awkward.
To make recycling small old electricals as easy as putting out the empties. And to save waste, save cash. Maybe even a relationship.
That’s even more than the year before.
Which means even more chance to recycle our old electricals.
But before you bin them, remember: anything with a plug, battery or cable can be recycled.
And maybe ask first?
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