Dispose of business or charity waste and recycling

Take your charity waste to a household recycling centre

We allow charities or not-for-profit organisations to use our household recycling centres to dispose of waste and recycling:

These sites are only available to use from Monday to Friday.

They accept commercial vehicles up to 7.5 tonnes.

Before you visit

Registration with the Environment Agency is free and lasts for 3 years.

When you visit

When you visit a household recycling centre you should bring your:

  • online waste permit or paper copy
  • waste carrier licence or exemption certificate

Staff will ask to see these before you can dispose of your waste and recycling.

Items we don't accept

We do not accept these items for recycling from charities and not-for-profit organisations:

  • asbestos
  • hazardous waste
  • lead acid (vehicle) batteries
  • chemicals
  • any electrical items such as fridges/freezers, TVs and monitors, small appliances
  • light bulbs or fluorescent tube lights
  • gas bottles
  • cooking or engine oil
  • tyres