Emergency flares are not accepted in your local council's kerbside recycling bin, bag or box or residual bin. Emergency flares are also not accepted at your local Household Waste Recycling Centre. If you have out of date flares and need to arrange their safe disposal, you should contact the supplier you bought them from to see if they will take them back. A local life raft service agent may also be able to take your out of date flares from you as they deal with the disposal of such items on a regular basis. It is also worth checking if your local port or marina will accept them as they may have disposal arrangements. To dispose of emergency flares please contact Ramora UK www.ramorauk.com
Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority can dispose of hazardous household waste at some Household Waste Recycling Centre for residents, however it is dependent on what the waste is and how much of it there is. Examples of hazardous household wastes include: garden chemicals, weed-killers, insecticides, household cleaning products.
Find out what you can recycle in your council's area or find your nearest Household Waste Recycling Centre at Recycle for Merseyside and Halton