Get your electrical waste collected and recycled - for free

A new pilot is being rolled out next month to get Harrow to recycle electrical waste. Free collections will be trialled in four wards.

Recycling your electrical waste couldn’t be any easier if you live in Belmont, Marlborough, Kenton or Kenton East. You can now have your old, broken and unwanted waste electricals collected from your doorstep - for free!

Harrow Council and West London Waste Authority are rolling out a pilot scheme from June until November to collect Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). That’s anything that requires mains power (via a plug or a charger) or battery power to work. So whether it’s an old or broken hairdryer, kettle or radio use your pink WEEE recycling bag and we’ll collect your unwanted small electricals.

We want to make it easier for everyone to recycle small electrical waste and are excited to be trialling this scheme. You might be storing old or broken items that can no longer be used. These can be recycled and used to make new products instead of ending up in landfill. So round up those small electricals because the best thing about it all is that it is collected for free!

The kerbside collection scheme will be piloted to 11,000 households in the wards of Belmont, Marlborough and Kenton East & West. Through the successful completion of the project, we will be looking to enrol this project throughout Harrow.

Find out more about WEEE