Recycling Information

How can I recycle my old electrical and electronic sex toys?

For each electronic sex toy you purchase from us, you can easy return one used item. We will then recycle the item on your behalf.

Whether you have purchased your new item from sexwelove.com website, contact us by mail, you can still take advantage of our recycling scheme.

When purchasing your new product form us (or within 28 days of your purchase) simply send your used item to any Sex We Love.

Please ensure you remove any batteries before sent items to our staff. 

Do you only recycle Sex We Love products?

No. For each electronic sex toy you purchase from us, we will accept any equivalent used item for recycling - regardless of its brand or where it was purchased. (You must make sure that the product is clean and safe. We reserve the right to refuse sex toys that are not presented in a clean and safe manner).

How can I recycle used portable batteries?

Simply hand your used portable batteries to store staff and we will arrange for these to be recycled on your behalf at no cost to yourself. You can give us any type of portable battery for recycling and no purchase is necessary to take advantage of this service.

Why should waste electrical goods and batteries be recycled?

Recycling unwanted electrical goods and batteries is better for the environment. The amount of electrical waste that is thrown away is increasing by around 5% each year.

Currently over 75% waste electrical goods end up in landfill. Some electronic/electrical items can contain lead and other toxins which could potentially cause soil and water contamination. This can have a very harmful effect on the natural habitat, wildlife and also human health.

Recycling electronic items and batteries helps to save natural resources and reduce the potential environmental and health risks associated with sending these items to landfill.

What does the 'crossed out wheelie bin symbol mean'?

The crossed out wheelie bin symbol on an electrical/electronic item or on a battery means that you should avoid disposing of the item with your general waste. Instead you should ensure that it goes for reprocessing and recycling.

What happens to my unwanted sex toys and batteries?

All items are sent to approved recycling centers on your behalf. The products will be broken down and any recyclable/reusable parts will be recovered and reprocessed.