Find out how to recycle those small electrical items that maybe broken or not used around your house.
Nottingham City Council have launched a pilot scheme where by residents can recycle their unwanted electrical items that are small enough to fit into a carrier bag at local leisure and community centres around the city.
Clifton Leisure centre and Loxley house in the city centre are two of the first designated drop off points with other locations still to be decided.
Examples of items you could drop off at either of these locations is Mobile phones, charges, electronic toys, hairdryers, smaller kitchen appliances such as toasters or electric scales.
Tetrapak carton recycling points
Tetrapak items that are clean, dry and empty can also be recycled at the same places in their dedicated bin. Tetrapak cartons includes items like long-life milk, Juice and Pringles cans.