There are charges for the disposal of all vehicle tyres and commercial waste.
You can dispose of waste created by your own DIY projects for free, but there are restrictions on size and amounts that can be brought in, and the number of visits you can make each week.
Once a week, you can bring either:
We can accept these items free of charge in the quantities mentioned above:
- hardcore, bricks, rubble and tarmac, including plasterboard and gypsum items, slate, stone, soil, clay, turf, gravel and pebbles
- concrete, including breeze blocks, paving slabs, lintels, mortar and rendering, mixed or powdered cement or cement board
- glass, including shower screens, plate and sheet glass, tiles, furniture shelving, table tops
- pottery and ceramics, including baths, toilets, bidets, shower trays, sinks
- sand, including sharp sand, play pit sand and sand from sandbags used as flood protection
Any extra items in any one visit is chargeable and will need to paid for via credit or debit card.
You must complete a form at your household waste recycling centre to declare that the waste has been produced by your own work and not from any work for which a payment has been made or is to be made.
Please see a member of staff before disposing of your DIY waste.
Waste must be manageable. Please do not overload bags with heavy items that you cannot lift by yourself.