There are many organisations within Gloucestershire (and nationally) that can offer services, help and advice.
Below you will find a list of the ones we know about which you may find useful!
Community Recycling Network
Building better resource futures www.crn.org.uk
Real baby milk
Designed by nature and made by mum. www.realbabymilk.org
Horsley Parish community page
Association for Organics Recycling
Committed to the sustainable management of biodegradable resources
Recycle for Gloucestershire Schools
Everything you need to help your school recycle.
Ollie Recycles is a website for kids all about the 3R's.
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs.
Friends of the Earth
Inspiring solutions to environmental problems.
It's our job to look after your environment and make it a better place.
Love Food Hate Waste
Save money by wasting less food, and help the Environment too.
Vision Food Hall
Like a challenge? Well this one might be for you.
All about glass recycling.
Global Action Plan UK
Creating the climate for change.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
The Re-cycle Shed
How about a recycle bicycle?
Changing the world one gift at a time.
Help the Aged
Anything from unwanted stamps to toner cartridges can be turned into cash to support our work with older people. www.helptheaged.org.uk
I Love Freegle
Don’t throw it away – give it away!
Discover - share - create.
Mail Preference Service
Supporting your right to choose the mail you want.
Where and how to recycle.
Advice for recycling at home, school and at work.
How, what and where to recycle in the UK.
How to recycle (includes useful tips section).
Change the world around you.
Recycling your mobile
How to recycle your mobile.
2recycle is one of the best places to dispose of unwanted household goods.
IT Schools Africa
IT Schools Africa is a UK-based charity which delivers recycled computers to African schools to improve education & cross-cultural communication.
Sell your unwanted furniture online.
Grassroots movement of people who are giving, getting and sharing stuff for free in their own towns.
Womens Environmental Network
Educating, empowering and informing women and men who care about the environment.
Material change for a better environment.
For details on what you can recycle locally visit the www.recyclenow.com and enter your postcode for further information