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I think I would take them to the local tip and put them in the metal recycling. Presumably, being metal, the people who sort it would be already wary of sharp or jagged pieces of metal, so it would pose no risk?

At my local tip, the people who work there are really helpful. I am sure they would advise.

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The police say:


"You can put the knives in your bin. It is advisable to ensure that they are packaged securely so as not to cause injury to any persons.


With the introduction of wheelie bins everything is done by machine so that likelihood of injury has been vastly reduced. However it is still advisable to package the knives securely just in case.


All metal knives can be taken to your local waste disposal site where there will be a skip for s"Ooops, word censored!" metal."

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