While the majority of items can be brought to the community recycling centres for free, certain types of non-household waste that cannot be recycled now incur a cost.
Charges apply to tyres from cars, motorcycles and all other motorised vehicles (including non-motorised vehicles and trailers pulled by a motorised vehicle) and waste from construction, alteration or repair of your home and garden.
Construction waste includes, but is not limited to:
- Rubble, bricks and concrete
- Earth, soils including turfs
- Bathroom suites, i.e. baths, sinks and toilets
- Fitted kitchen cupboards and work surfaces
- Plasterboard and room partitions (plasterboard is only accepted at Camberley, Earlswood, Epsom, Guildford, Sunbury and Woking)
- Garden sheds
- Fence panels and posts
- Internal and external doors
- Garden stone (paving and ornamental)
- Fitted units
- Rigid plastic sheeting or roofing
- Roofing materials
What are the charges?
- Tyres from cars, motorcycles and all other motorised vehicles (including non-motorised vehicles and trailers pulled by a motorised vehicle): £5 per tyre or part tyre
Waste from construction, alteration or repair of your home and garden
- Breeze blocks, bricks, rubble, soil, stones, ceramic bathroom fittings, tiles: £4 per bag or part bag of this waste (bags no bigger than 50cm x 77cm)
- Concrete fence post, ceramic bath, cistern, paving slab: £4 per item
- Plasterboard: £4 per bag or part bag and £12 per sheet (bags no bigger than 50cm x 77cm and sheets no bigger than 120cm x 240cm)
If these materials are loose, a charge of £50 will apply per car load.