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Chargeable items

 


 

Rubble

£3 per bag [1].

Bricks

£3 per bag [1] or large item.

Concrete

£3 per bag [1] or large item

  • Breeze blocks.
  • Paving slabs.
  • Posts and lintels.
  • Mortar and rendering.
  • Cement board.
  • Mixed or powdered concrete.

No charge

  • Garden ornaments.
  • Plant pots.

Glass

£3 per bag [1] or large item

  • Plate/sheet glass.
  • Shower screen.
  • Tiles.

No charge

  • Furniture shelving, table tops.
  • Fish tank.
  • Picture frame glass.
  • Kitchenware including Pyrex.
  • Mirror.

Gravel

£3 per bag [1]

  • Construction or landscaping gravel and pebbles.

No charge

  • Fish tank gravel.

Pottery - ceramic and porcelain

£3 per bag [1] or large item

  • Bath.
  • Bidet.
  • Shower tray.
  • Sink with pedestal (charged as one item).
  • Hand wash basin with pedestal (charged as one item).
  • Tiles (floor, wall).
  • Toilet with cistern (charged as one item).
  • Drainage and sewer pipes.

No charge

  • Plates, cooking pots, dishes etc.
  • Plant pots.

Sand

£3 per bag [1]

  • Sharp.

No charge

  • Play pit.
  • Sandbags (used for flood defence by a householder).

Slate

£3 per bag [1] or large item

  • Roof slates.
  • Floor slates.

Soil

£3 per bag [1]

  • Soil and clay.

No charge

  • Grow bags.
  • Planters.
  • Compost.

Stone

£3 per bag [1] or large item

  • Flagstones (£3 for large slabs 60cm x 60cm).

No charge

  • De-stoning flower bed and border.

Tarmac

£3 per bag [1] or large item.

Turf

£3 per bag [1]

  • Lawn.

No charge

  • Edging.

Tiles

£3 per bag [1] or large item

  • Floor tiles.
  • Roof tiles.
  • Wall tiles.

Bulky plastic or fibreglass

£3 per bag [1] or large item

  • Shower tray.
  • Bath.
  • Shower screen.

Plaster and gypsum based items

£4 per bag [1] or large item

  • Plasterboard sheets (£4 full sheet 180cm x 90cm).
  • Coving (polystyrene not chargeable).
  • Ceiling rose (polystyrene not chargeable).
  • Plaster or unused bags of plaster powder.

Tyres

£4 per tyre

  • Car tyres.
  • Motorcycle tyres.

No charge

  • Bicycle tyres.

 

[1] - Bag is a standard rubble bag of 76cm x 96cm. Standard rubble bags are available from DIY stores or you can buy them from the recycling centre for 10p. Waste can be presented loose or in different sized bags and charges will be estimated by site staff.

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