What type of waste will be charged for?
- Tyres from cars, motorcycles and all other motorised vehicles
- Waste arising from construction, alteration or repair of your home and garden such as plasterboard, breeze blocks, bricks, rubble, soil, stones, ceramic bathroom fittings, tiles. You will have a free daily allowance of chargeable waste from the construction, alteration or repair of your home and garden of one bag OR one item OR one sheet of plasterboard. Thereafter charges will be applied.
What are the charges?
- £5 per tyre or part tyre
- £4 per bag or part bag of chargeable waste; or per item or per sheet of plasterboard
- Bags no bigger than 50cm x 77cm
- Items such as a concrete fence post, ceramic bath, cistern, paving slab
- Sheets of plasterboard no bigger than 120cm x 240cm
- If these materials are loose, a charge of £50 will apply per car load
- Full list of the types of waste that will be charged for
- All of the above charges are inclusive of VAT
- The decision of site staff is final
What methods of payment will be available?
Payment can only be made by Visa or Mastercard debit and credit cards. Cash, cheques and other credit cards such as American Express or Diners Club cannot be accepted. Payment will need to be made to the Charging Scheme Officer at the site entrance before you are given access to the chargeable containers.
Will there be any exceptions to the charges?
You will have a free daily allowance of chargeable waste from the construction, alteration or repair of your home and garden of one bag OR one item OR one sheet of plasterboard (see size restrictions above).
There is no free allowance for motorised vehicle tyres.
Bicycle tyres will be accepted free of charge.
What about other waste?
You can dispose of all general household waste including biodegradable and organic garden waste free of charge such as:
- Grass cuttings (soil and stones are part of the charging waste scheme)
- Hedge trimmings, twigs, small branches
- Plants, flowers, leaves and weeds (please refer to our garden waste page for advice on intrusive weeds)
If you take these types of waste to any of our sites in a van, pickup or trailer you will require a van permit
Which CRCs accept charging scheme waste?
- Blenheim Road, Epsom, KT19 9DL
- Charlton Lane, Shepperton, TW17 8QA
- Horley Road, Earlswood, RH1 6PN
- Lyne Lane, Chertsey, KT16 0AR
- Martyrs Lane, Woking, GU21 5NJ
- Petworth Road, Witley, GU8 5QW
- Randalls Road, Leatherhead, KT22 0BA
- Slyfield Industrial Estate, Guildford, GU1 1RU
- Wilton Road, Camberley, GU15 2QW
Do I have to use a CRC for chargeable waste?
No. CRCs are not designed to accept large quantities of this type of waste. For large home or garden renovation projects please consider factoring in the cost of hiring a skip or using a commercial waste contractor to dispose of such waste. Details of local companies who deal with this type of waste can be found by searching online or in local directories. It is important to always check that any contractor you hire to dispose of your waste is a registered waste carrier to avoid your waste being fly-tipped.
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