Our household waste recycling centres are open 7 days per week.
Find out what you can and can't bring to our sites.
Derby City Council also operates a site on Raynesway Park Drive just off the A5111 Raynesway for Derby residents. Different restrictions are in place at this site and some types of vehicle may need a permit.
Help us to help you stay safe
Social distancing, wear protective gloves, appropriate footwear and clothing
Please keep your distance from others on site, especially on ramps and near skips. Please ask if you require assistance. Handrails and other surfaces which you may touch at our sites will be cleaned regularly but please remember to wash your hands when you get home.
Vans and trailers
Drivers can visit with vans weighing up to 3.5 tonnes when loaded and trailers with a load area up to 2 metres length (excluding the tow bar) to drop off household waste from their own property.
It's also a good idea to sort your recycling before you travel to save time when you arrive.
Stay at home if you have coronavirus symptoms
Please don't use our sites if you've had coronavirus symptoms in the last 14 days, you're self-isolating or at high risk of contracting the virus.
Our 9 sites are located in:
Derby City Council also operates a site on Raynesway Park Drive just off the A5111 Raynesway. Different restrictions are in place at this site and some types of vehicle may need a permit.
All our centres open from 8:30am to 6pm daily (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Years Day). Please do not turn up early to queue.
Please follow the safety guidance:
- keep your distance from others when on site
- sort your waste into different types before you arrive
- avoid busy periods if possible such as weekends and from 10am to 4pm
- stay at home if you have coronavirus symptoms
- sanitise your hands before arrival and as you leave
- wear protective gloves, appropriate footwear and clothing
Please do not leave any waste outside our recycling centres. This is classed as fly-tipping and you could be fined up to £50,000 or 12 months in jail.
All our waste recycling sites have a mobile defibrillator, in an emergency please ask a site attendant for assistance.
Smoking is not permitted on site.
If you require further information about access for disabled people email: email@example.com
All waste delivered to our centres is separated and sorted. This makes sure that as much waste as possible goes for reuse or recycling.
Reusing items is the best way environmentally for dealing with waste before recycling and composting. Items for reuse may go for resale through a variety of outlets including charities and other markets.
If waste can't be reused, recycled or composted, it goes for disposal.
If you have any concerns about your waste being treated in this way, please speak to one of the site attendants who will carefully deal with any items of a personal nature.
There are some types of waste that we cannot accept in any circumstances. Trade waste is not accepted.
Please make sure that all personal data is removed from electrical items such as PCs, laptops, smart TVs, mobile phones, tablets and sat navs.
What else can you do
Please use your kerbside collection run by your local district or borough council as you normally would.
See our tips to help you minimise your waste.
If your items still have some life left in them you could try selling them online or compost garden waste at home.
You can buy 50 litre bags of garden soil improver at all our recycling centres for £3 per bag. Please bring the correct money if possible to limit cash handling.
Please don't make a special trip to purchase soil improver as we can't currently guarantee stock being available.