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This facility is for use by Nottingham City residents only. When visiting you may be asked to produce your driving licence, as proof of being a City resident. 


Lenton Industrial Estate,
NG7 2UJ.

Opening Times

The centre is open every day of the year except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. The opening times vary depending on the time of year:

  • January and February: 8am to 4pm
  • March: 8am to 6pm
  • April to September: 8am to 8pm
  • October: 8am to 6pm
  • November and December: 8am to 4pm

Last admittance is half an hour before close.

Items you can take

The following items can be taken:

  • Batteries
  • Car batteries
  • Flat glass
  • Fluorescent tubes
  • Food tins and drinks cans
  • Fridges and freezers
  • Garden Waste
  • Gas Bottles
  • General/bulky waste (excluding food, animal waste etc.)
  • Hardcore and rubble
  • Large appliances
  • Mixed glass, bottles and jars
  • Mixed paper and card
  • Mixed textiles and clothes
  • Mobile phones
  • Plastics
  • Printer cartridges
  • Scrap metal
  • Small appliances
  • Soil
  • Tapes and disks
  • TV's and monitors
  • Used engine oil
  • Wood and timber

Rubbish from businesses cannot be taken to the site.

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration is not required.

Please note we don't accept any trade waste at all so using a commercial vehicle for your own waste means you are likely to be questioned unless there is no relevance between the waste and the business.

If you have undertaken home improvements yourself and have waste such as plaster, cement, rubble, tiles, bathroom suites and windows then you can dispose of these at our Household Waste Recycling Centre.

Some DIY materials are restricted & some are also chargeable.  A household will be allowed to dispose of no more than the following:

  • Soil, bricks, rubble – 4 x bags (25 kg)
  • Bathroom suite items – 4 items
  • Windows – 2 complete units

There is a charge to dispose of rubble and plasterboard (and similar DIY waste) at this centre.

  • £3 per bag 25 kg of rubble, tiles, concrete
  • £8 per bag 25 kg of plasterboard

A bag should be no larger than 535 mm by 820 mm and there is a limit of four bags of waste per customer.

Please only pay by Credit or Debit card payment.

Examples of pricing 


For example:

  • Whole paving slabs
  • Concrete posts and lintels or gravel boards

Charge: £3 per slab, post or lintel.

Rubble or Hardcore

For example:

  • Bricks (broken or whole)
  • Blocks (broken or whole)
  • Broken paving slabs
  • Sand, gravel and pebbles
  • Cement mortar and rendering
  • Tarmac

Charge: £3 per bag (or part bag).

Ceramics and tiles

For example:

  • Ceramic wall or  floor tiles
  • Slates or roof tiles

Charge: £3 each or £3 per bag (or part bag).

Plasterboard and gypsum products

For example:

  • Gypsum based products
  • Coving
  • Plasterboard sheets (whole or broken)
  • Ceiling roses
  • Unused or part bags of plaster

Charge: £8 per sheet (1800 mm x 900 mm, 6 ft x 3 ft approx.) 
or £8 per bag (or part bag).

To use our recycling centre, you must:

  • live in Nottingham City, and not one of districts of the County
  • have waste from your own home - if you rent out houses or flats you cannot dispose of this at our recycling centre as it is regarded as trade waste, which is not accepted
  • have created the waste yourself - if you have waste from work carried out by a commercial business (e.g. building waste) it is their responsibility to remove the waste.

You may only use our recycling centre with the following types of vehicle:

  • car (with or without single or double-axle trailer, maximum size 3 m length by 2 m wide), with a GVW under 2.5 tonnes
  • van or minibus
  • pick-up
  • campervan
  • motorcycle/moped

You cannot use our recycling centre with the following types of vehicle:

  • van with any trailer
  • pick-up with any trailer
  • horsebox or any other vehicle used to transport horses or other animals.

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Contact Us

Lenton Household Waste and Recycling Centre
Redfield Road
Lenton Industrial Estate

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