Vacuum cleaner disposal

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Monday 4 December 2006 5.42pm
We have a vacuum that no longer really works, and I'm loathe to throw it in the bins at our flats, for fear that it spends countless millennia in a landfill. I was wondering whether anyone knew of somewhere I could dispose of it, where it was more likely to be recycled in some way? I don't think it's worth giving to a charity or something, as it's a fairly useless article, and doesn't really do anything. The council were fairly unhelpful when I phoned.
Wednesday 6 December 2006 12.19am
Hi I am an a Handy man and I pick up what people bin , due to a missing wheel or they are just up dating and my Hoovers go through thousands of hours of use, hens replacements are on going .when I am finished with them they are generally no good for man or beast . I then skip it.
There is a shop from memory on church street in stocky. (Washing machines and Hoovers?)Across the road from fresh and wild? Or Feel free to phone me .07960 174 202 Dougie

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