How you can drop off your unwanted electrical items for free in Thorpe St Andrew
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Unwanted electrical items can be dropped off for free in Thorpe St Andrew this weekend.
There will be a collection point at Broadland District Council's offices on Yarmouth Road on April 1.
Reusable items will be donated to the British Heart Foundation, while broken electronics will be stripped for recycling.
Everything from game consoles, laptops, kettles, TVs and mobile phones will be accepted.
Larger appliances, such as fridges or washing machines are not able to be collected.
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The drop-off point is open from 8.30am to 12.30pm on Saturday.
For more information about what can and cannot be accepted call 01603 430534, email email@example.com or visit www.broadland.gov.uk/waste
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