We've made some changes to our Cookies Policy and we want you to know what this means for you and your data.
Any waste produced by tradespeople or builders you hired to carry out improvements, repair or alterations to your home is classed as business waste and can’t be disposed of at any of our Recycling Centres. Always ask a tradesperson to include waste disposal in their quote.
The number of times you can visit Greater Manchester Suez Recycling Centres in a year, depends on the size of your vehicle:
This includes: disability-adapted vehicles, SUVs, people carriers with multiple seats (under 2 metres high), bicycles, cargo bikes and bikes with a cargo trailer.
This includes pickup trucks, estate vans, city vans and chassis vans
Following the Government announcement that the wearing of face coverings will become mandatory from 24th July in shops and supermarkets, we can confirm that the use of face coverings will not be enforced when visiting the Household Recycling Centres in Greater Manchester, as these are outdoor open spaces. We do ask visitors to observe the site rules:
Please make sure you separate your waste and recycling so you can put them in the right container when you arrive.
Please check our A-Z recycling guide for a full list of what you can take.
We do not accept:
Monday to Sunday 8am – 6pm
You should not be having people visit your home for house parties or barbecues right now. We all need to be following the restrictions to help keep each other safe and stop the spread of #coronavirus. #TogetherGM pic.twitter.com/zsfrGHQ1KF
Do you know what counts as business waste? -Any waste produced by tradespeople or builders hired to carry out improvements, repair or alterations to your home -Any waste that comes from commercial activity -Waste from premises which are used for business recycleforgreatermanchester.c… pic.twitter.com/ccw1qdIAst
Greater Manchester's parks are great places. Why would anyone do things that spoil them? Please be kind to our parks. If you're using disposable #facemaks & gloves put them in the bin, either at home or whilst out. They are not recyclable #LoveParks #KeepItBinIt #KeepBritainTidy pic.twitter.com/TCnWTfKoMw
#DYK All traders and businesses have a legal responsibility to dispose of their waste. Businesses should take their waste to a licensed commercial facility, arrange a collection or hire a skip. #dutyofcare #SCRAPflytipping pic.twitter.com/4E83nV4zRZ
Used tissues can't be recycled. Put them in your general waste bin. You can recycle the cardboard tissue box though! #MondayMotivation If your showing symptoms please follow Gov.uk advice gov.uk/government/pub… pic.twitter.com/3dIyEwxucx
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Its #MyWildGarden Week! Join @Lancswildlife for five days of gardening tips to help you turn any space, no matter how big or small, into a space which both you and wildlife can enjoy! Get started with your free guide! lancswt.org.uk/mywildcity #GMGreenCity #MyWildCity pic.twitter.com/CqQ8tfTdvX