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Planned maintenance to online services, Wednesday evening (28 October)

My Account and some forms will be unavailable from 10pm to 2am on Wednesday 28 October. You will still be able to make payments online. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Household batteries

How to recycle household batteries

Place batteries in a separate carrier bag to small electrical items and put out next to your recycling or black waste bin by 6am on your collection day.

Please don’t put the bagged batteries in your bins as they won’t be collected and can cause a fire risk.

Battery types we accept

  • 6v
  • D
  • C
  • AA
  • AAA
  • 9v
  • button
  • mobile phones batteries

Batteries we can’t accept

  • sealed lead acid/gel
  • 6v, 12v or 24v rechargeable
  • car
  • motorbike
  • industrial

These items should not be placed in your recycling or black waste bin - they can be disposed of safely at Norwich (Mile Cross) Recycling Centre.