Waste and Recycling
Update May 2017: Can & Food Tins recycle bank removed. A recent assessment of all recycling banks throughout the borough highlighted that some banks are rarely used resulting in a financial loss to West Devon Borough Council whilst providing little benefit to the local community. The assessment took in to account the annual lift cost for each bank type, tonnage and material revenue, the cost to refurbish and recycling credits.
Recycling banks are situated in the main town car park. Here you can recycle: glass bottles, paper, magazines, drinks cartons, plastic bottles, food tins, drink can, aerosols, clothes and shoes.
The Community Centre also has a clothes and shoes recycle bank.Recycling banks are situated in the main town car park. Here you can recycle: glass bottles, paper, magazines, drinks cartons, plastic bottles, food tins, drink can, aerosols, clothes and shoes.
Okehampton has a larger recycling facility which takes garden waste, larger household items, electrical items, etc. For opening times and further info click here http://www.westdevon.gov.uk/recyclingwaste
If you would like to support schemes which reuses unwanted items then please consider the many charity shops which are increasingly offering a pick-up service.
Chagford also has a community recycling scheme called Proper Job which operates on a principle of offering reusable items for sale to reduce unnecessary dumping in landfill sites. More information here http://www.proper-job.org/
Hatherleigh’s Parish Biodiversity Audit
Click the link below to read an interesting review on the variety of wildlife habitats for the flora and fauna in our surrounding area. Towards the end of the document you’ll find an action list and helpful links for those who wish to get more involved in preserving and encouraging our natural habitats.
Cycle Rack Locations
There are cycle hoops located outside the Primary School in South St, outside the Co-op store in Bridge St, and in Millennium Corner at the junction of Bridge st/High St.
Buddle Spring – High St
Details of the history of the Buddle are now recorded on the Heritage Gateway website