TerraCycle offers free recycling programmes funded by brands, manufacturers, and retailers to help collect hard-to-recycle waste. There are local Terracycle collection boxes – earning charity donations – in the following local locations:

Wonderfill – refill shop
35 King’s Road

(closed Monday + Tuesday) 

3 Windmill Road, TN38 9BY –near Asda. 
Contact [email protected] 07905439630 


Items collected
(and the charities that benefit)

Pet Food
Wet food pouches, pet treats, dry pet food packaging 
(Hastings Cat Lovers and Bluebell Ridge) 

Stationery 
Pens – felt tips, highlighters, markers, mechanical pencils, correction tape + fluid, fountain pens + ink cartridges 
(Glenleigh Primary School – Bexhill) 

Oral products 
Toothbrushes, electric heads, toothpaste tubes/floss containers and packaging (RAIN – supports reforestation and agroforestry community projects in Brazil) 

Snack packets
Crisps, nuts, popcorn and pretzels (The Y Centre) 

Confectionery
Plastic choc & sweet pouches/bags, multipack outer packaging, individual choc bar wrappers, plastic choc block wrappers. Biscuit, cake, cracker wrappers
(kickscount.org.uk and Seaford Down’s Syndrome and Special Needs Support Group) 

Pringles tubes
Only Pringles brand (Encephalitis Society) 

Ella’s Kitchen
Any brand of baby food pouches/caps, snack packets
(Tots Play, Bexhill and Hastings) 

Tassimo & L’Oreal
Flow wrap packaging, T-Disc, coffee capsules, Kenco eco refill packs, Kenco plastic coffee jar lids (Green Centre, Brighton Open Market) 


Separate recycling initiatives 

Bexhill Hospital 
Collects plastic milk bottle lids – please drop them in box. 

Snips Hairdressers
(194 Harold Road) 
Collection point for mascara wands used in bird rescue. 

Trinity Wholefoods
Collect Weleda packaging 

Boots Chemist
Collects contact lenses and packaging

The Body Shop
Collects any brand of cosmetic packaging (bottles, tubs, tubes or pots). 


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