Is Kirkby tip open during lockdown?
Opening times January and February: 8am to 4pm. March: 8am to 6pm. April to September: 8am to 8pm. October: 8am to 6pm.
What can you take to Kirkby tip?
Tips and recycling
- Car batteries, engine oil, household batteries and electrical items.
- Energy saving lightbulbs and fluorescent tubes.
- Garden waste, rubble and soils and plasterboard.
- Fridges and freezers (Huyton only)
- Books, CDs/DVDs and furniture.
- Scrap metal, timber, glass, tools and tyres.
Is Kirby le Soken tip open?
Opening Times (1st March – 15th October) Thursday 09:00 – 17:00. Friday 09:00 – 17:00. Saturday 09:00 – 17:00. Sunday 09:00 – 17:00.
Are the tips in Liverpool open?
sites are open 8.00 am – 8.00 pm every day. the number of vehicles allowed on site at any one time is limited, which means queuing times will be significantly longer. cars only – no vans, commercial-type vehicles or large trailers. one person per vehicle (NB.
Can you take a mattress to the tip Liverpool?
Items we accept All lightbulbs, engine oil, fluorescent tubes, fridges and freezers, furniture, garden waste, glass bottles, mattresses, paper, plastic bottles, large plastics, plasterboard (gypsum), printer cartridges, rubble, scrap metal, textiles/clothes/shoes, tetra paks, timber/wood, tools, tyres, soils.
What can you recycle at West Kirby tip?
West Kirby tip is operated by Merseyside Recycling & Waste Authority, West Kirby Recycling Centre allows you to recycle the following items here: Batteries (car), Batteries (Household) Books, CDs & DVDs, Reusable Bicycles Bric-a-brac, Cans, Cardboard, Carpets
Is it free to go to a recycling centre in Cardiff?
Recycling centres are for household items only and are free for Cardiff residents to use. Businesses must use our Commercial Recycling centre. Only visit a recycling centre to get rid of items that you are unable to dispose of at the kerbside. Please read full terms and conditions before making a booking.
Where to dispose of household waste in Kirby le Soken?
Kirby le Soken tip is owned and operated by Essex county council, Kirby le Soken Recycling Centre allows you to dispose of the following items here: mattresses and garden chemicals. Chemicals and other toxic substances
How tall do you have to be to get into Lamby Way recycling centre?
You cannot access recycling centres on foot or by bike. There is a height restriction of 2m on entry. Lamby Way What happens to my waste?