Published: 24 May 2018

Leave Liverpool Tidy: How to recycle your unwanted belongings

Leave Liverpool Tidy 2018

Moving out of your halls, flat or student house for the summer?

Leave Liverpool Tidy is a city-wide project run by the Liverpool Guild of Students that aims to re-use and recycle your unwanted belongings, reducing the amount of items that go to landfill.

Every year, when students move out of their accommodation, a large amount of waste is created, much of which could be reused or recycled. Leave Liverpool Tidy aims to collect, sort and redistribute these items.

Last year over 10 tonnes of items were redistributed through the project.

What can I donate?

All items are accepted, except duvets, pillows, broken and dirty items, knives, hangers and underwear. Examples of items you can donate include:

  • Clothes
  • Clean and dry towels
  • Toys
  • Non-perishable foods
  • Unopened toiletries
  • Furniture
  • CDs and DVDs
  • Books
  • Kitchen equipment

Where can I donate?

There are donation banks across the city and in Halls. Find out where you can donate your items via the Leave Liverpool Tidy webpage.

For further information, please visit the Leave Liverpool Tidy webpage.

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