South Hetton - The Robin Todd Centre, Front Street, South Hetton DH6 2TH
Spennymoor - Durham County Carers, Enterprise House, Enterprise City, Meadowfield Ave, Spennymoor DL16 6JF
Spennymoor - Spennymoor Leisure Centre, High St, Spennymoor, DL16 6DB
Spennymoor - Spennymoor Youth and Community Centre - Rushmoor, Merrington View, Spennymoor DL16 6PP
Stanley - Business Durham, Tanfield Lea Business Centre, Tanfield Lea, Stanley, DH9 9DB
Stanley - Stanley Library, The Louisa Centre, Front St, Stanley, DH9 0TE
Tanfield Lea - The Activity Den, Tanfield Lea, Stanley, DH9 9LU
Tudhoe - Tudhoe Community Centre, St David's Close, Tudhoe DL16 6TA
Ushaw Moor - Ushaw Moor Community Garden, Rear of Durham Road, Ushaw Moor, DH7 7LF (Only Open for collections Saturday's 10.00am to12.00pm)
Wheatley Hill - The Greenhills Centre, Stephen's Terrace, Wheatley Hill, DH6 3JS
Witton-le-Wear - Witton-Le-Wear Community Centre, School St, Witton-le-Wear, Bishop Auckland DL14 0AS
Please note, Durham County Council cannot provide accurate opening times for each collection point as the opening hours of many locations change on a week-by-week basis. Please contact each centre individually for advice on opening hours for that week.
How to enter the competition
Recycle at your local collection point and enter our free monthly competition to be in with a chance to win a prize courtesy of our partners at AO.com.
To enter our monthly competition, contact us by email with the name of the item you recycled (e.g. kettle) and the collection point reference number (the container at each collection point has a number e.g. number 1). You will then be entered into that month's free prize draw. Winners will be picked at random and notified by email. Terms and conditions (PDF, 130.1kb) apply.
Larger electrical items such as TVs and laptop computers can be recycled at any of the household waste recycling centres. Visit Recycling centres (tips) for more information.
Why you should recycle
For every item we recycle, we are reducing the need to use raw materials, which helps save energy and precious resources. Metal can be recycled endlessly, without loss of quality. Did you know, recycling just one toaster will create enough steel to make 25 new cans?