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Recycling Charities in West Lothian

Information about local charities in West Lothian who help to reuse or recycle your waste.

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Transition Linlithgow

Transition Linlithgow is part of the Transition Network, an international movement of community-led initiatives exploring the benefits of sustainable living.

More Information About Transition Linlithgow

They seek to raise awareness of issues associated with climate change, encourage a reduction in waste of limited natural resources, and protect and improve our local  environment by informing, engaging and supporting the Linlithgow community. They currently run a diverse range of projects including The Transition Linlithgow Tool Library, Active Travel Hub, Electric Bike Hire, plastic Free Linlithgow, gardening Group, weekly NeighbourFood market and a Home Energy Advisory Service. 

Visit the Transition Linlithgow Website for more information and how you can get involved!

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HomeAid West Lothian is a voluntary organisation that exists to recycle used furniture and to support members of the West Lothian community who face social and economic exclusion.

More Information About HomeAid

HomeAid provides essential furniture and white goods requirements for people who have been homeless and are taking up tenancies.

Included are families, single parents and individuals all in the low-income category, who with the assistance of HomeAid are looking to make the transition from homelessness to a home-making situation. In addition to providing furniture and white goods, the HomeAid project benefits the environment through the recycling and redistribution of second hand furniture and household items. HomeAid are always looking for good reusable furniture and electrical items.

Phone: 01506 652230

Fax: 01506 636059

Address: 12-14 Gideon Street, Bathgate

Times: 9.00am - 4.30pm

Disabled facilities: Disabled access.

Fees: Depending upon referral system also open to members of the public.

Eligibility: Low income/homelessness.