U – Z

VHS/videogames Washing machines
White goods
Yellow Pages


Carboot sales or local re-use groups such as Freecycle can be a good way to pass on old videos and games to other people.

Washing machines

Washing machines and other large domestic appliances can be taken to all Merseyside Household Waste Recycling Centres.

White goods

Fridges and freezers can be accepted at all Merseyside Household Waste Recycling Centres.

Your local Council may provides a service for unwanted white goods, contact them to arrange a collection of bulky household waste.

Some large electrical retailers will collect broken, unwanted white goods when delivering new items, but you should check before delivery.

Broken cookers can be taken to all Household Waste Recycling Centres and placed in the scrap metal containers.

Wood (also see timber)

Wood and timber can be recycled at all of Merseyside’s Household Waste Recycling Centres.

Yellow pages

Telephone directories can be recycled in most local kerbside recycling collections.