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Wedal Road Recycling Centre

 
Closure of Wedal Road Recycling Centre - March 2018

Wedal Road Recycling Centre will close at 6pm on March 2 2018.  Please use Lamby Way or Bessemer Close recycling centres as an alternative. 

These centres have:

  • longer opening hours than Wedal Road
  • strong traffic management
  • over 20 different recycling skips
  • British Heart Foundation donation points for residents to donate item/s to the council’s re-use partner. 

You can also donate re-useable items to the British Heart Foundation shops or your local charity outlet. 

W
e also offer a bulky waste collection service​ with recyclable items collected for free. 

Closure of Wedal Road Recycling Centre - Formal decision history
 

Please try to separate as much of your waste to recycle as possible. Our recycling attendants on site may ask you what is in closed waste bags and ask you to separate waste if a recycling skip is available.​

There is no longer a rubble and scrap metal skip available on site.​  Any rubble and/or scrap should be taken to Lamby Way or Bessemer Close recycling centre. These items cannot be placed in the general waste skip.

There are recycling facilities for mattresses and carpets at this site.


The following items are accepted at Wedal Road Recycling Centre.

 

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Aerosols​ WI_0012_Food tins cans.jpg
Food and Drink Cans​
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​Cardboard WI_0005_Mixed paper.jpg
​Paper
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​Mixed Glass WI_0008_PLastic packaging.jpg
​Household Plastic Packaging
 

 

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Large Electrical Appliances    ​ WI_0027_Fridges.jpg
​Fridges and Freezers
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​TVs and Monitors WI_0022_telecoms.jpg
​Telecoms and Computers
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​Small Electrical Appliances WI_0024_Mobile phones.jpg
​Mobile Phones
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​Batteries WI_0020_MIxed lighbulbs.jpg
​Fluorescent tubes and Lightbulbs
 

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Media (books and CDs)    ​ WI_0006_Mixed textiles.jpg
​Mixed textiles and clothes
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​Paint WI_0031_Wood.jpg
​Wood and Timber
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​Garden Waste WI_0017_Cooking oil.jpg
​Vegetable oil
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​Used engine oil WI_0034_Car battery.jpg
​Car Batteries
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Books WI_0000_Mattresses.jpg ​Mattresses
WI_0016_Carpets.jpg ​Carpets
 

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Household Waste​
 

  • General household waste – There is plenty of opportunity to recycle a large variety of things at the recycling centre.  Please separate out as much recyclable materials from your waste as possible before visiting to make sure a limited amount is being placed in this skip.  General household waste should be a last resort.

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Household and garden chemicals​
 

  • Household and garden chemicals - We can accept small amounts of household chemicals. These need to be in a sealed bottle, and clearly labelled or they will not be accepted


 

 

Items not accepted at any Household Recycling Centre


We do not acce​​pt the following items at any of our Household Recycling Centres:

  • Asbestos - Asbestos can only be collected by licensed companies. Please see the asbestos page for more information.

 

Clinical or infectious waste, for example:

  • syringes
  • any item that may be soiled by blood or bodily fluids

 

If you have large amounts of clinical waste you need to arrange a special collection so that the waste can be incinerated, please contact your local GP for a referral.

 

  

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