Speak to a member of staff on arrival and they will assess your waste and take payment before you unload your waste.
You will pay less if you separate your waste - separated materials are charged at a lower rate than mixed loads. Payment will need to be paid by debit or credit card.
We calculate prices based on the material and amount of waste you bring. Your load will be assessed by site staff and prices are non-negotiable. As loads will be assessed into 80 litre bag equivalent amounts we recommend that you separate and bag as much of your waste as possible.
An 80 litre bag is the same size as an old sized dustbin. One is available on site for reference.
You must separate plasterboard or we won’t accept it.
These guide prices are based per bag or item and include VAT.
Any decision made by our staff about trade waste will be final and prices are non-negotiable.
From 1 April 2020 we are introducing a half bag/item price for plasterboard. This material is difficult to throw away correctly and is expensive, requiring specialist disposal. We recognise many people bring plasterboard to the recycling centre and the half bag price has been brought in to help those with a very small amount to dispose of. Prices will be £4.50 for amounts less than half a bag (40 litres or equivalent).
Prices per 80 litre sack or single item:
The cost of recycling and waste disposal have been increasing and as a result we have had to raise the prices of our Pay as You Throw (Trade waste) service from 1 April 2023.
This is the first increase since the prices were set in 2018 and the service still offers good value for money for traders wanting to dispose of small volumes of waste.
From the 1 April 2023 the price per 80 litre sack or single item will be:
- Flat glass - £5
- Glass bottles - £2
- Green waste - £4.50
- Paper and card - £2
- Plasterboard - £12 (1 half bag of plasterboard - £6)
- Rubble - £3.50
- Scrap metal - no charge
- Textiles - £2
- Timber - £3.50
- Unsorted/non-recyclable waste - £6