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Bricks, Soil & Rubble

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)

* 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.

How do I pay?

Either by credit or debit card.

Please note: No cash or cheques will be accepted.

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)

Where can I take bricks, soil and rubble?

All recycling centres accept this type of waste. 

Find your nearest recycling centre.

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.

Further information

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