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Refills and Recycling

We have a refill station at The Mix, offering a variety of detergents and toiletries. When refilling, please bring bottles clean and without the original labels (make a note of your container size if you can). Please note we are not able to refill food or drink containers. We accept both cards and cash and can provide receipts by email if required. Our staff and trained volunteers will refill your bottles for you.
For our current selection and prices see below:

Hard-to-recycle waste streams
Alongside refills we accept the following items for recycling:
Printer ink cartridges
Toothbrushes, electric toothbrush heads, floss containers and interdental brushes (Terracycle)
Writing instruments (Terracycle)

See images for info of what can be accepted in the Terracycle collections.

We also have collection points for:
Secondhand laptops, tablets and phones
for Getting Oxfordshire Online who refurbish devices for refugees and people in need. The following items can be donated:
Laptops: up to 12 years old (Windows 7 upwards or all macs)
Tablets and phones: iphone5S, Android 8 or newer. Please factory reset your phone or tablet to release you from your icloud or google account before donating (otherwise the devices cannot be used).
USB chargers and cables for all laptops are also welcome!
Please leave your contact details with your devices in case Getting Oxfordshire Online need to contact you. We have forms available in The Mix for this.
More information from Getting Oxfordshire Online here

Wantage and Grove Children’s Clothes Bank, where you can donate second-hand clothes for children aged 0-13yrs

Markers for Mindfulness where you can donate new and used (in good condition) stationery items such as pens, pencils, scissors, paper, card, notebooks, pencil cases, rulers, highlighters, glue sticks and more, for use in schools.

Wax (candle ends) for Inlight Ukraine