Can you recycle notebooks?


Yes you can!

How to recycle notebooks at home

Yes, you can recycle notebooks at home. However, it’s important to keep in mind that notebooks are often made up of various materials such as paper, plastic, and metal.

  1. Separate all materials
  2. Place the separate materials in your regular recycling bin.

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Your notebooks can be placed in a container, ready for collection from London’s most reliable waste management company.

  1. Our environmentally friendly fleet will collect your bins at a time of your convenience.
  2. All waste will be transported to our Solar Powered Material Recycling Centre.
  3. (Our solar powered vehicle and recycling centre contribute towards your scope 3 emissions).
  4. With the help of our state-of-the-art technology, our specialist team sort and bulk all waste.
  5. The individual bulks will then be sent for processing and transformed into new products.



  • Find alternative ways you can repurpose your paper before recycling.
  • Consider switching to digital notebooks.
  • Separate and recycle all materials within a notebook separately (if its possible to recycle all materials).

Do not

  • Do not recycle wet or sticky notebooks.
  • Do not recycle notebooks that still have rope or plastic packaging around them.

The Dry Mixed Recycling Process

Your material is collected by our Euro 6 fleet

The waste is tipped into our solar-powered MRF

Each material is segregated at our specialised facility

Individual material streams are bulked and baled

Final bulked material is sent to be recycled

Facts about notebook recycling

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