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Visit our COVID webs for the latest updates, more information, and to access the current guidance. Hampshire residents must register their vehicles online before their next visit for continued free access to HWRCs. Register your vehicle here. Charges for soil, rubble, plasterboard and asbestos have been in place since 1 October as follows:.
Please ask a member of staff on arrival at the site about where to place the item. This means they can no longer be accepted at the HWRCs. Large amounts of wallpaper from your home can be taken to your local household waste recycling centre HWRC for disposal.
They may operate a 'take back' scheme. Please contact your local district council to find about any clinical waste collection services they offer. Carpets can be taken to your local HWRC for disposal. Car batteries Car batteries can be taken to your local household waste recycling centre for recycling and safe disposal. Please contact a commercial disposal company or search for car breakers or garages in the Yellow s. Such items must be delivered in a suitable sealed container.
Electrical equipment and appliances Electrical equipment can be taken to your local HWRC for recycling and safe disposal.
Soil should be brought to the site bagged and filled so that the waste is contained and can be safely lifted. Oversized items such as ceramic double bowl sinks, draining boards and large shower trays may be subject to an additional charge.
Alternatively you may need to contact a private disposal company. Ceramic sanitary ware including sink basins, pedestals and toilet cisterns can be taken to your local HWRC for disposal. You must phone in advance to pre-book and to check that the container is not full and awaiting emptying, or free dirt Hampshire may not be able to deposit your cement bonded asbestos.
Household batteries can be recycled at all of the household waste recycling centres in Hampshire. Engine oil can be taken to your local HWRC. Treated, untreated and mixed wood can be reused or recycled at your local HWRC. You'll have to deliver the flares to the disposal site at an agreed time. On arrival, please ask site staff who will be able to direct you to the appropriate container.
Sites have a dedicated container for soil and rubble - please ask site staff for assistance. Avoid breaking the material where possible.
Fire extinguishers are only accepted at HWRCs if the manufacturer is unable to take them back. Please place newspapers, magazines and paper in your kerbside recycling bin instead.
If you have more than the accepted amount as stated, please contact a private disposal company. Clinical waste is not accepted at HWRCs.
Bulky items such as furniture can be sold in the on site sales area for reuse. No other type of asbestos is allowed. Please contact your local police station for advice. Rubble includes construction and demolition materials such as stone, rubble, clay, concrete, bricks, blocks, sand, tiles, paving slabs, and ceramic bathroom suites. There is a charge for these items as for all rubble. There is no limit to the amount of rubble you can bring. Place in the container for non-recyclable waste. Each site has a deated bin where all batteries should be placed.
Metal lids from bottles and jars can be left on when placing in the bottle banks at any HWRC in Hampshire.
Bedding and quilts and pillows and sleeping bags These items can be taken to your local HWRC for disposal. They should be taken to a local garage or tyre and exhaust centre where they will be disposed of safely a small charge may apply. If not, the Solent Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre are able to accept small amounts of out of date or damaged flares.
Petrol lawnmowers and other household garden machinery can be accepted as scrap metal provided they do not contain petrol or oil. Oil can be disposed of separately at the HWRC. These items can be taken to your local HWRC for disposal. Electric lawnmowers and other electric household garden machinery can be taken to your local HWRC for recycling and safe disposal.
If you have out-of-date or damaged flares, first contact the place where you bought the flares.
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Includes all clothing, linen, curtains, shoes and other household textiles. Cooking oil can be recycled at all HWRCs except New Alresford - please pour the cooking oil directly into the specified drum. Small or broken pieces should be double bagged and securely sealed when brought to the site. Rubble should be brought to the site bagged and filled so that the waste is contained and can be safely lifted. Large cardboard boxes and packaging can be recycled at your local HWRC.
Visit our COVID webs for the latest updates, more information, and to access the current guidance. Petrol cannot be taken to the HWRC. Visitors wishing to dispose of rubble based products mixed with other waste types e.
Paint can be taken to your local HWRC for disposal or recycling. A maximum of two bin bags can be deposited per household per day, and waste must be double bagged before disposal. SCUBA diving bottles or air cylinders are only accepted if no alternative disposal route can be used. Car batteries can be taken to your local household waste recycling centre for recycling and safe disposal. They could also be taken to a car breakers, but ring first to check.
HWRCs accept gas bottles up to 15kg in size, either propane or butane. Fuels are not accepted at HWRCs.
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Baths can be taken to your local HWRC for disposal. Paint should be deposited in a suitable, sealed container. The removal of tiles from plasterboard may be made easier if soaked in water. Tyres can no longer be disposed of in landfill sites, and will not be accepted at our sites. Call first onto find your nearest disposal site and its opening times. You can find your nearest glass bank on the Recycle Now website. For health and safety free dirt Hampshire, all whole sheets should be wrapped securely in plastic sheeting and should be transported whole.
When you purchase new tyres the garage may take the old ones. Mattresses can be taken to your local HWRC for disposal. HWRCs are not d to accept ammunition or explosives. If you have more than the accepted amount, please contact a private disposal company. Fridges and freezers can be taken to your local HWRC for recycling and safe disposal. This includes hazardous items such as white spirit, anti-freeze, oven cleaners, weed killers, insecticides, lubricants, and drain cleaners.
Furniture can be taken to your local HWRC, where it can be sold on for reuse if in good condition. Where to take and how to book Small amounts of cement bonded asbestos sheet no more than 15 sheets size mm x mm can be taken to one of five Household Waste Recycling Centres HWRCs d to receive this type of hazardous waste. Please see site staff for guidance on which container to use. Appliances should be brought whole, with no parts removed. Hazardous household waste is accepted at 11 specially d HWRCs.
There are many other glass banks across Hampshire which are available for residents to use. Batteries Household batteries can be recycled at all of the household waste recycling centres in Hampshire. For guidance on safe handling, contact the Health and Safety Executive onor see: www.
The Environment Agency classifies redundant railway sleepers, which will have been treated with creosote or copper chromium Arsenic CCA for their original use, as hazardous waste wood. Flares are not accepted at HWRCs. Visitors wishing to dispose of plasterboard, plaster or gypsum based products mixed with other waste types must separate them prior to visiting the HWRC so they can be disposed of separately.
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The oil must be deposited in a suitable sealed container, a maximum of 10 litres can be deposited per household per six months. Green waste can be taken to your local HWRC. Items should be bagged before placing in the bank.