Phased re-opening of Recycling Centres
You must book a time slot online to visit a Suffolk Recycling Centre following closure due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Find a Recycling Centre (rubbish tip)
You can take household items for reuse, recycling and disposal at council tips including:
- household items, such as plastic containers, cardboard, cans, glass, newspapers, magazines and textiles
- electrical items
- hard plastics, such as garden chairs
- garden waste
- furniture, such as a sofa
There is no charge to dispose of domestic (household) waste.
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Donate items at Recycling Centres
You can donate items for reuse at Suffolk Recycling Centres that can be supplied to the , the or donated to .
Soil, rubble, hardcore and plasterboard
Soil, rubble, hardcore and plasterboard or waste that has arisen from improvements, repairs and alterations to your home or garden are not classed as household waste (according to Controlled Waste Regulations).
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Trade, business and commercial waste
You'll be charged for disposing at any Recycling Centre in Suffolk.
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How councils in Suffolk manage waste and recycling
成人在线视频appHousehold waste and recycling services in Suffolk are provided in by:
- Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils
- East Suffolk Council
- Ipswich Borough Council
- Suffolk County Council
- West Suffolk Council
What does the county council do?
We manage the disposal of your household waste and in Suffolk.
Contact us with any queries on 0345 606 6067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does my local authority do?
Waste collection authorities in Suffolk are responsible for all household waste collections including:
- garden waste
- rubbish for disposal
- clearing fly-tipping on public land
Contact your local waste collection authority to:
- find out when your household rubbish is collected (or refuse collections)
- find out what recycling can and cannot be collected from your home
- report a missed bin collection
- ask to have or collected (charges may apply)
- order a waste and recycling container or bin
- report fly-tipping
What will my council take in my recycling or garden waste bin?
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How can I reduce and reuse my household waste?
Find advice and tips on ways to a wide range of household waste items including using charity shops, reducing unwanted junk mail and choosing reusable nappies on the Suffolk Recycling Website.
Reduced price on home composting bins
Save through Suffolk Waste Partnership.
If you use a company to collect your rubbish (other than the collection run by your local council), check they're with the Environment Agency and holds a Waste Carriers Licence.