Our use of cookies We use necessary cookies to make our site work. Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as security, network management, website analytics and accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions. The cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone. For more information on how these cookies work, please see our privacy policy.

To agree to our use of cookies, click the 'Accept' button.
Accept
 

Bricks

It is not a statutory duty for the sites to take waste that isn’t produced in the normal day-to-day occupation of a home. Certain waste from household maintenance and improvement or garden work is not legally regarded as normal household rubbish and a charge or disposal limit can be made.

How much will it cost? 

The charges will be based upon the quantity of material deposited. Payment for bags* will be whole or multiple of bags.

£3 per bag or unit (e.g. a toilet). You can pay with credit or debit cards, as we cannot accept cash or cheques.

*Charges are based on standard rubble bags which are approximately 76cm x 96 cm. They 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 staff. 

Please note: these charges only apply to householders. They do not apply to trade waste which has a separate scheme.

What does this include?

  • Soil and turf from landscaping work
  • Bricks, hardcore and rubble
  • Stones, gravel and sand
  • Concrete, breeze blocks, mortar and rendering
  • Tarmac
  • Glass (plate glass, shower screens etc.)
  • Drainage pipes and guttering (ceramic or plastic)
  • Sanitary ware i.e. toilets, bidets, sinks, baths and shower trays (ceramic, porcelain, plastic or fibreglass)
  • Slates, slabs and tiles (floor, roof or wall)

A detailed list of items for each category, and whether they are charged for or not, is available on our charges page.

Large jobs

For large jobs such as building an extension, renovating a house or demolishing a wall will mean you have to hire a skip and pay for the removal/disposal of the material.

Where can I take these?

  

Baddesley Ensor

Lower House Lane, Baddesley Ensor, Atherstone, CV9 2QA
  

Biddulph

Bemersley Road, Biddulph, ST8 7QT
  

Bilbrook

Pendeford Mill Lane, Codsall, WV8 1JJ
  

Burntwood

Ring Road, Chase Terrace, Burntwood, WS7 3JQ
  

Burton

Centurion Way (off Shobnall Road), Burton upon Trent, DE14 2AU (use DE14 2AY for SatNav)
  

Cannock

Lichfield Road, Cannock, WS11 8NQ
  

Cheadle

Tower Crane Drive, Off New Haden Road, Cheadle, ST10 1FB
  

Leek

Fowlchurch Road, Leek, ST13 6BH
  

Lichfield

Witley Drive, Trent Valley Road, Lichfield, WS13 6EU
  

Newcastle

Leycett Lane, Newcastle, ST5 6AD
  

Rugeley

Station Road, Rugeley, WS15 2HE
  

Stafford

St. Albans Road, Stafford, ST16 3DR
  

Stone

Beacon Road / Opal Way, Stone Business Park, Aston, ST15 0NN
  

Uttoxeter

Robert Bakewell Way, Uttoxeter, ST14 5AU (Not SatNav compatible)
  

Wombourne

Botterham Lane, Wombourne, DY3 4RA

There are no results that match your search criteria


Latest environment news

Multi-million pound plan to preserve and promote Cannock Chase

A £7.8 million investment to protect Cannock Chase is planned over 15 years by the Cannock Chase Special Area Conservation Partnership (SAC) and will be funded by money from housing developers.
Date:
22 September 2020

Respect the countryside and each other

Staffordshire residents are being urged to respect the countryside and each other.
Date:
18 June 2020

People urged to get composting with discounted bins

Householders in Staffordshire are being urged to take up composting with the help of discounted compost bins from the county council.
Date:
27 May 2020

Residents urged to stagger visits to household waste recycling centres to avoid queues

Residents are being urged to stagger their visits to Staffordshire's household waste recycling centres, to prevent long queues when they reopen.
Date:
13 May 2020

Visit the Staffordshire Newsroom