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Dogs Trust Recycling Scheme

Dogs Trust in partnership with Clover Environmental Solutions offers a wagtastic recycling scheme to help raise pounds for our hounds!

Tails were wagging in 2016, when you helped us raise over £18,000 by recycling your used printer cartridges and mobile phones, so thank you to all our wonderful supporters who contributed! But let us not “sit” on our “heel” and raise even more this year!

Printer Cartridges:

In the UK alone 45 million printer cartridges end up in landfill each year, but each recycled cartridge could help each of our dogs end up in a home!

To request some freepost envelopes for your old home printer cartridges, contact [email protected] or call 01635 588 600.


Recycling Collection Point Box

Why not start a pawsome recycling scheme at work by requesting a Dogs Trust recycling collection point box? Not only will this support Dogs Trust, it will also provide an environmentally friendly solution for your business.

When they’re full you can easily arrange a collection and replacement box and what’s more it’s totally free and simple to use!

For more details contact the cartridge recycling team on [email protected] or call 01635 588600.

Sniff out what you can and can’t put in them below…

Customer Collection Visual Aid PDF 488 KB


Mobile Phones

While dogs are for life, mobile phones are constantly being upgraded. So many used smartphones are abandoned in drawers or cupboards while they could be helping a homeless hound!

Did you know that an old Iphone 6 worth up to £80 would enable us to neuter one dog taken into our care?

Simply get in touch with the recycling company at [email protected] or call 01372 751 177, making sure you reference Dogs Trust, to let them know what phones you have and they will advise how best to send them in.

All data will be securely wiped for your peace of mind (a certificate is available on demand) and a donation will be made to Dogs Trust on your behalf!

(Please note that due to changes in Royal Mail regulations, mobile phones can no longer be sent in the freepost envelopes)

Data Destruction Policy PDF 310 KB

Mobile Return Flyer PDF 533 KB