Duvets and pillows
Recycle at home
Recycle out of home
Yes, duvets and pillows can be recycled at some out of home recycling points - find out more below.
Can duvets and pillows be recycled?
Aside from the take back scheme below, duvets and pillows are generally not recyclable and should be disposed of in the waste bin or at a Recycling Centre.
However, some animal charities may be able to use these items for bedding - check locally.
Good to know
Dunelm operate a textiles take back recycling scheme in a selection of their stores and accept all clean home textiles including duvets, pillows, bed linen, towels, curtains, cushion covers, cushion inners and bedding protection.
Check their Textile Take Back Scheme FAQ page to view a list of participating stores.