Tag:amenity=recycling

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Description
Container or centre where you can take waste for recycling.
Group: Waste Processing
Used on these elements
may be used on nodes
should not be used on ways
may be used on areas
use on relations unspecified
Useful combination
Status: Approved

Container or centre where you can take waste for recycling. If the waste is not recycled do not use this tag!

Recycling type

recycling containers
recycling centre

To further refine the type of recycling use recycling_type=container to define a recycling container or recycling_type=centre to define a recycling centre. Centres are dedicated areas for collecting a wider range of recyclable household materials. Often they are operated by one or more people in a dedicated role.

Materials

You can further describe the materials you're able to recycle. Please expand this list. If There is at least one of the following materails tagged. The default tag is "no". e.g. if a feature is tagged amenity=recycling+recycling:glass_bottles=yes then recycling:aluminium=no is implied.

Tag Description
recycling:animal_waste=yes/no
recycling:aluminium=yes/no
recycling:batteries=yes/no Household batteries (e.g. D-cell, 9-volt). Does not imply larger batteries are accepted. There are a handful of uses of recycling:car_batteries.
recycling:car_batteries=yes/no Some facilities will take household batteries but not car batteries
recycling:bicycles=yes/no
recycling:books=yes/no
recycling:cans=yes/no
recycling:cardboard=yes/no
recycling:cartons=yes/no Paper based cartons (for drink or food)
recycling:cds=yes/no Compact discs and DVDs
recycling:chipboard=yes/no
recycling:christmas_trees=yes/no place where old christmas trees are collected, use with opening_hours=Jan 01-Jan 15 or so.
recycling:clothes=yes/no Clothes, including shoes
recycling:computers=yes/no
recycling:cooking_oil=yes/no
recycling:cork=yes/no
recycling:drugs=yes/no Expired drugs.
recycling:electrical_items=yes/no Larger electrical items like fridges, freezers, dishwashers, etc. (See also recycling:white_goods below, which tends to mean fridges, freezers, washing machines, dishwashers, ovens in British English; we'd probably choose recycling:electrical_items or recycling:small_appliances for appliances like TVs, vacuum cleaners, microwaves and anything smaller)
recycling:engine_oil=yes/no
recycling:excrement=yes/no septic waste pumpout facility
recycling:fluorescent_tubes=yes/no
recycling:foil=yes/no Kitchen foil
recycling:furniture=yes/no Piece of furniture or furnishing (ES: mueble)
recycling:gas_bottles=yes/no
recycling:glass=yes/no implies recycling:glass_bottles=yes, but there's no standard yet for indicating which of the trickier types (drinking glasses, window glass, light bulb glass, tempered glass, borosilicate glass, Pyrex) are accepted
recycling:glass_bottles=yes/no includes jars but not any of the trickier types listed above under recycling:glass
recycling:green_waste=yes/no FIXME: What's the difference between green waste and garden waste
recycling:garden_waste=yes/no FIXME: What's the difference between green waste and garden waste
recycling:hazardous_waste=yes/no Common house hold hazardous waste (paints, chemicals, asbestos).
recycling:hardcore=yes/no See also recycling:rubble below.
recycling:low_energy_bulbs=yes/no
recycling:magazines=yes/no
recycling:metal=yes/no all sorts of metal
recycling:mobile_phones=yes/no
recycling:newspaper=yes/no
recycling:organic=yes/no organic remains of food that are recycled into biogas or compost
recycling:paint=yes/no
recycling:paper=yes/no
recycling:paper_packaging=yes/no
recycling:plasterboard=yes/no This usually includes all loose plaster, based on Gypsum
recycling:plastic=yes/no In the UK at least, often centres/containers will distinguish between (broadly) hard plastics (typically ones that shatter), soft plastics (typically bendy food packaging; black food plastic may be an exception), carrier bags, and all other stretchy plastics. Many will accept only a subset of these, so try to pick more specific categories if you can.
recycling:plastic_bags=yes/no
recycling:plastic_bottles=yes/no often they allow bottles but not other plastic items!
recycling:plastic_packaging=yes/no Other packaging made out of plastic
recycling:polyester=yes/no
recycling:printer_cartridges=yes/no See below for more specific restrictions, not all centres do both ink and toner: http://www.letswasteless.com/cms/recycling-centres/worcestershire-hrcs/bromsgrove1.aspx
recycling:printer_toner_cartridges=yes/no
recycling:printer_inkjet_cartridges=yes/no
recycling:rubble=yes/no Bricks and building rubble; see also recycling:hardcore above.
recycling:scrap_metal=yes/no
recycling:sheet_metal=yes/no
recycling:small_appliances=yes/no
recycling:styrofoam=yes/no typically refers to expanded styrofoam, such as styrofoam box or packing material
recycling:tyres=yes/no
recycling:tv_monitor=yes/no
recycling:waste=yes/no general waste container (black bags) (don't use this if the waste is not recycled, use a tag like amenity=waste_disposal or amenity=waste_basket instead
recycling:white_goods=yes/no In British English this only means fridges, freezers, washing machines, dishwashers, ovens; see also recycling:electrical_items and recycling:small_appliances above, which might be better suited for appliances like TVs, vacuum cleaners, microwaves and anything smaller)
recycling:wood=yes/no

See Also

Related terms: <recycling> <recover> <salvage>

Examples