Kitchen Crockery



crockery, Earthenware, broken crockery, broken ceramics

If they're in good condition, ceramics/crockery/earthenware could be sold online, taken to a charity shop or given away on Freecycle (opens in a new window) or Freegle (opens in a new window).

If broken or not in a good condition, they can be taken to one of north London's reuse and recycling centres (RRCs) where they can go in the 'hardcore and rubble' skip. Alternatively, you can wrap them in newspaper or similar and put them in your household waste.