From Monday  9th May 2022 residents using a vehicle over 2 metres high will be able to access the household waste recycling centres across Greater Manchester to dispose of household waste. (Except Springvale, Rochdale, and Every St, Bury)

All vans (including hire vans) and pick-up trucks will require a permit. Apply here.

Disposal of asbestos will still be at the weighbridge and PPE will be required.

Strictly no trade waste.

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About us

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We work with local councils in Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, to inspire and encourage the residents of Greater Manchester to manage their waste responsibly, helping residents to see the value of waste and the real benefits that can be achieved by wasting less and recycling right.

Though part of Greater Manchester, Wigan administers its own waste disposal services.

We do this by:

  • developing creative and innovative campaigns to encourage and inspire residents to recycle more, recycle right and waste less at home and on the move
  • educating students and communities through tours and visits at our Education Centres
  • helping residents to see waste as a valuable resource which should be conserved, recycled or used to create energy
  • engaging with residents in an honest, clear, simple and creative way that inspires change
  • providing up to date and relevant information that gives people the advice they need, when they need it
  • working together with our council partners and communities to achieve greater benefits for all, making Greater Manchester a great place to live, work and do business.

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Jobs

For Recycle for Greater Manchester vacancies visit our our jobs page

For Greater Manchester Combined Authority vacancies visit the  Greater Jobs website.

All SUEZ vacancies are published on the SUEZ website.

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