Waste and Recycling Centres

What can I take to the Centres?

The table below identifies what householders can take to the Waste and Recycling Centres and whether a charge applies.

To help us to recycle as much as possible, please sort your waste and recycling at home and place it in the appropriate containers at the Centres. Please ask an attendant for help with manual handling and advice if necessary.

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Household

Business

Batteries - Car Free of charge Not accepted
Batteries - Domestic batteries (these can also be placed in a clear bag for kerbside collection) Free of charge Not accepted
Books Free of charge Free of charge
Cans - Steel and aluminium Free of charge Free of charge
Carpets Free of charge Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Cardboard Free of charge Free of charge
Cartons - fruit juice etc (Tetrapak) Free of charge Free of charge
Clothing Free of charge Free of charge
CDs Free of charge Free of charge
Electrical - White metal goods including fridges, freezers, cookers, washing machines and tumble dryers Free of charge  Not accepted
Electrical - Fluorescent tubes including low energy light bulbs Free of charge  Not accepted
Electrical - TVs and computer monitors Free of charge  Not accepted
Electrical - Small appliances such as irons, toasters, vacuum cleaners and hairdryers Free of charge  Not accepted
Fixtures and fittings – kitchen units, bathroom suites, fitted wardrobes, shelving, cisterns, boilers ** Subject to the DIY Household Waste Criteria - more than this is chargeable as per the schedule of charges. Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Furniture Free of charge Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Garden waste - Hedge, tree and shrub cuttings, roots, grass cuttings & rakings, leaves, plants, flowers & weeds (No branches or stumps larger than 8 inches/20cms in diameter. Please cut to a maximum of 6 feet/1.8 metre lengths.) Free of charge Chargeable -  See schedule of charges
Gas cylinders - Propane, Butane only (not Pembroke Dock) Free of charge  Not accepted
Glass bottles and jars Free of charge Free of charge
Mattresses Free of charge Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Mixed Soft Plastics - Yes Plastic bottles, tubs, trays and pots. No Black or brown plastic, film (such as cling film or ready meal lids) bubble wrap, carrier bags, crisp packets, polystyrene and hard plastics Free of charge Free of charge
Oil - Cooking oil Free of charge  Not accepted
Oil - Vehicle engine oil A maximum of 5 Litres per household a month  Not accepted
Paints, varnishes and thinners Free of charge Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Paper - newspaper, office paper and magazines including yellow pages, telephone directories and catalogues (not hardback) Free of charge Free of charge
Plasterboard ** Subject to the DIY Household Waste Criteria - more than this is chargeable as per the schedule of charges. Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Rubble - Soil, ceramic tiles, bricks, roofing tiles, glass from windows, crockery, porcelain toilet pans and basins ** Subject to the DIY Household Waste Criteria - more than this is chargeable as per the schedule of charges. Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Shoes Free of charge Free of charge
Scrap Metal Free of charge Free of charge
Textiles Free of charge Free of charge
Tyres - Car tyres only Up to 4 tyres free of charge per year Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Wood - such as fence panels, fence posts and dismantled sheds ** Subject to the DIY Household Waste Criteria - more than this is a chargeable as per the schedule of charges. Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Animal bedding / Ragwort Up to 2 refuse size sacks free of charge per month. More than this is chargeable as per the schedule of charges. Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Non recyclable/black bag waste  free of charge Chargeable - See schedule of charges.
Pesticides Free of charge Not accepted
Vapes Free of charge Free of charge
Weedkillers Free of charge Not accepted

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ID: 2345, revised 03/05/2024
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