DON'T THROW IT, DONATE IT!

Help local schools by donating your broken and old appliances to EBS Recycling.
For every item you donate EBS Recycling will pay 4p per kilo to one of our associated charities!

IT'S 100% FREE

It's so quick and easy to do!
1) Simply fill in the collection form.
2) Choose a LOCAL School to donate too.
3) A member of our team will contact you to arrange a convenient time for collection.
4) Our friendly collection staff will collect your items.

We Collect & Recycle: Awnings - All Kitchen Appliances Washing Machines ETC - Irons / Kettles - Microwaves - Computer Equipment - Hair Dryers/tongs - Bikes - Batteries - Cars - Garden Tools - Green houses - Wires - Plugs - Lamps - Bins - Toys - TV's - Beds - Wheels - Racking - Taps - Pipework - BBQ's Heaters etc etc.
AND NOW WE COLLECT CLOTHES TOO!
ANYTHING containing metal or anything battery or mains powered!

If you're a School and would like to join please click "Join Us" on the top bar!

BOOK A COLLECTION

Anonymous Donation

OUR CHARITIES

About Us

Just donate It is a known subsidiary of EBS Recycling (Part of 1st Stop Searlco LTD)

We give 4p per kilo of donated material to a School of your choice among our panel of local Schools!

Our service is completely FREE OF CHARGE for ALL Schools, Businesses and Individuals.

Every month we provide the School with an itemised donation list and a cheque for the total amount donated to them.
Please remember if you choose to provide an anonymous donation the details provided to the charity will be minimal (Mr Smith - Basildon - £2.55)

EBS Recycling takes all the donations and recycles them responsibly.
Our aim is to recycle 100% of everything we collect. We do as much as we can to prevent anything going into landfill, and do good for local organisations and people.

We only support local Schools because we are a local company. We pride ourselves on getting into the heart of the community we all live in.

To ensure peace of mind we provide you with a "Waste Transfer" document that you can check against the published donation list every month showing you what has been donated and to who.
The information made available online contains insensitive information (Mr Smith - Basildon - £2.55)

Thank you for taking the time to read this page. We really do care about recycling and helping where we can.
Please donate today and help someone local!

Please note we can only take material that can be recycled.

Our Services


At EBS Recycling we aim to provide you with a great service every time you use us!

We offer a wide range of services to suit your needs and will consider any other opportunities you have that we can help with.

We are Environmental Agency Waste Carriers License Holders:

TYPE: Upper Tier Carrier, Broker Dealer
Number: CB/PM3788DG

We will weigh all items when we collect and pay 4p per kilo to the supported charity of your choice for all of your unwanted goods in any condition.

We do take Fridges and Freezers and big backed TV's however we do not accept them in an unsatisfactory condition.
Fridges / Freezers
Due to the nature of these items we export them only. To take your Fridge/freezer it must not be rusty and be complete and be no older than 8 years old.
Big Backed TV's All must be complete with no broken panels etc. These are only available for export and we do not take any TV's over 30" in screen size. Flat screens, Plasma�s, LCD or LED TV�s are all collected in any condition.

Join Us


If you would like to join us as one of our supported Schools please complete the form below:
Please note we only accept local schools within the Essex area.

Healthy Planet Basildon

At Healthy Planet we think that changing things for the better should be easy to do. We champion grassroots and green causes that promote healthy living, we keep unused buildings alive, we encourage community co-operation and believe in reusing and recycling. Quite often our projects do all of those things at the same time, allowing greater community participation and connection. Visit Us at www.healthyplanet.org

The Living Memorial Rettendon

DESPERATE to show their support for grieving families, the owners of an Essex farm have created a living memorial where people can "stand, think, and reflect" on the British lives cut tragically short by recent armed conflicts.
Saplings and plaques dedicated to those who have lost their lives while serving in Iraq line one side of a field set in the beautiful grounds of Whitehouse Farm in Rettendon, home to the popular Lazybones bootsale.
On the other side stands a second row of 200 young trees and engravings, this time in memory of the fallen in Afghanistan.

Get Free Money For Your Cause

Do you have a Club/School/Charity or a not for profit organisation?
We would love to give you free cash to help your cause. Every month we collect tons of recycling from customers who want to donate the money we give them to a worthwhile cause. Its 100% FREE and we provide full licensed documentation as required by law. Please click JOIN US on the top bar to sign up.

The Danny Green Fund (Canvey)

The Danny Green Fund aims to help children suffering from the symptoms of Posterior Fossa Syndrome as the result of a brain tumour. To provide funding for the development of research into the prevention, treatment and cure of childrens brain tumours. To promote awareness of the signs and symptoms of brain tumours in children and young people. To provide play equipment and gifts where appropriate for children who are required to spend time in an oncology ward at Great Ormond Street Hospital and also support our local hospitals childrens ward www.thedannygreenfund.org.uk

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