Household Waste Recycling Centres (also known as tips and dumpits). Sheffield residents can to dispose of:
Hire a skip for renovation or construction waste rather than take this to a recycling centre.
|Beighton Road, Woodhouse, S13 7PS||Open||Closed||Open||Open||Open||Open||Open|
|Blackstock Road, Gleadless, S14 1FY||Open||Open||Closed||Open||Open||Open||Open|
|Manchester Road, Deepcar, S36 2DT||Open||Closed||Closed||Open||Open||Open||Open|
|Greaves Lane, High Green, S35 4GR||Open||Open||Closed||Closed||Open||Open||Open|
|Longley Avenue West, Shirecliffe, S5 8WA||Open||Open||Open||Open||Open||Open||Open|
Summer and Winter opening hours:
10am to 6pm : Summer hours (1st April to 30th September)
10am to 4pm : Winter hours (1st October to 31st March)
A vehicle permit scheme is in place to prevent the illegal disposal of trade waste. If you are a resident of Sheffield and you wish to visit a HWRC with a van or a trailer, you will need either a permit or approval for a one-off visit.
Luton box vans, pick ups (excluding 4x4s), long wheel base transit vans and twin axled vehicles are not allowed on site and a permit is not available for vehicles of this type. Residents wishing to visit a HWRC in a car, people carrier or a 4x4 without a pickup, do not need a permit to access a site.
If the only vehicle in your household is a van or you wish to bring a trailer on site, you can apply for a permit.Y ou will receive a permit for 12 visits to your nominated site. Each household is entitled to a maximum of 12 visits per year.
Apply for a permit from Veolia.
If your van is not the only form of transport in your household or if you wish to visit a site with a van that is not registered to your address, you can apply for a one-off visit.
One-off visits are provided for those occasions, such as house moves where you have more waste than your can fit in your car.
Apply for a permit from Veolia and provide your name, address, vehicle details and waste type.
Our recycling centres are for household waste only and cannot accept trade waste.
Trade waste must be disposed of using a licensed facility meeting Duty of care requirements.
Depositing trade waste at a recycling centre is a criminal offence under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and could result in a £50,000 fine and/or two years imprisonment.
For more information please contact us.