Recycle your Dyson or Sebo in Manchester, Tameside or Stockport

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Wondering what to do with your old Dyson or Sebo?

If you're not in our local area:

If you're located far from Manchester and wish to recycle a Sebo X1, X1.1, X4, X5, X7, X8, XP, or cylinder Sebo vacuum cleaner from anywhere in the country, check out our dedicated page for Sebo vacuum recycling: Recycle your old Sebo vacuum cleaner.

Do you have a small Dyson appliance such as a hair dryer or AirWrap to dispose of? If you're within the UK mainland (excluding Scottish highlands and offshore islands), package it up, and we'll cover the courier costs for collection and recycling. It's a hassle-free alternative to taking it to the local tip, ensuring your appliance gets recycled responsibly.

To initiate the collection process, send us an email >>here<<, and we'll coordinate the pickup of your old small Dyson appliance (excluding mains vacuums). Alternatively, you can drop it off at a local drop shop for added convenience.

However, if you're local to us:

Take advantage of our complimentary Dyson and Sebo vacuum cleaner disposal and recycling service. Simply drop off your old vacuum at our Bredbury premises, and we'll take care of the recycling process.

We're not limited to vacuum cleaners; we also recycle unwanted Dyson washing machines, Dyson fans, heaters, hairdryers, Airwaps, and Dyson Airblade hand dryers. If it's Dyson or Sebo, dead or alive, and you no longer want it, we do!

For those living near our premises, we go a step further by offering free collection services for your old Dyson or Sebo products. Save time and fuel; let us handle the pickup. We provide free collection in the following areas:

  • Gorton & Abbey Hey M18
  • Reddish SK5
  • Denton, Audenshaw & Haughton Green M34
  • Bredbury SK6
  • Heaton Moor, Heaton Mersey, Heaton Norris, Heaton Chapel SK4
  • Broadbottom, Charlesworth, Chisworth, Gee Cross, Hadfield, Hollingworth, Flowery Field, Hyde, Godley, Mottram in Longdendale, Newton, Hattersley, Hodgefold & Tintwistle SK14
  • Dukinfield & Newton Wood SK16
  • Stockport SK1
  • Stalybridge SK15
  • Ashton-Under-Lyne OL7

What happens to your old Dyson or Sebo product?

Recycle your Dyson in Manchester, Stockport & Tameside  

When we receive an old Dyson or Sebo product for recycling, our first step is to meticulously break it down into its individual components. From there, we carefully assess each part for potential reuse in other machines.

Those selected components undergo a thorough cleaning process before being stored in our facilities. Subsequently, these parts are repurposed to build refurbished Dyson or Sebo products or are sold as part of other parts orders. It's a process that transforms bits of your old Dyson or Sebo into valuable resources, contributing to a global network that extends from Manchester to Moscow, Massachusetts, Milan, and Melbourne.

Our commitment to sustainability goes beyond reuse. Every element, right down to fuses in plugs and springs and clips, is given a second life in our hands (Steptoe would be impressed!). Blown motors and cables are responsibly recycled for scrap metal, and we efficiently process a significant portion of the ABS plastic we receive.

Virtually nothing from your old machine is wasted, including the reuse of all packaging that accompanies these machines when they reach us.

Harnessing the power of the internet, we find it truly remarkable that components from your unwanted Dyson or Sebo can play a vital role in sustaining other Dysons and Sebos worldwide for years to come. It's a green initiative that aligns with our belief in the importance of environmental preservation.

Consider this: over our lifetimes, each of us discards more than three tonnes of old electrical products. To combat this environmental impact, we must explore sustainable practices. Opting to recycle your old Dyson or Sebo with us is not just an eco-friendly choice; it actively reduces the volume of end-of-life electrical appliances entering landfills. It's a small yet impactful step toward a more sustainable and environmentally conscious future.

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