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Salford Road Recycling Centre

Salford Road Recycling Centre, Salford Road, Bolton, BL5 1DG

In February, 76% of the waste from Salford Road Recycling Centre was recycled, composted or used for energy recovery.

Vehicles Under 2m

Opening Times

Mon – Sat 8am – 8pm

Sun and Bank Holidays 10am – 5pm

Top tip
Sort your waste and recycling before going to the Recycling Centre so you can easily put it in the right container.

Contact Details

01204 684 595

07881 386585

Vehicles under 2m - What can I take to the Recycling Centre?

Batteries

Fluorescent tubes

Fridges and freezers

Large electrical items

Small electrical items

Print cartridges

TV and monitors

Hardcore and rubble

Timber and wood

Car batteries

Engine oil

Tyres

Scrap metal

Aerosol can

Aerosols

Foil and foil trays

Food tins and drink cans

Glass bottles and jars

Plastic bottles

Cardboard boxes

Paper and shredded paper

Garden waste

Media (Books, CDs and DVDs)

Clothes and textiles

Cooking oil

Paint and paint cans

Gas bottles

Household chemicals

General waste

Can I use a hire vehicle?

If you are using a hire vehicle please take your hire vehicle documents with you when you visit.

Vehicles Over 2m

Opening Times

Mon – Sat 8am – 6pm

Sun and Bank Holidays  10am – 4pm

Closed on Christmas Day (25th December) and New Year’s Day (1st January)

If you are disposing of trade or business waste, charges will apply. Please check the price list for information.

Entrance

Due to the height barrier you will not be able to access the Recycling Centre. Please use the weighbridge entrance where council and high-sided vehicles go.

Proof of address

Please take your recent council tax bill, annual water bill or utility bill (gas, electric or landline telephone) relating to the property where the waste is from. Please note mobile telephone bills are not accepted.

Hire vehicle

If you are using a hire vehicle please take your hire agreement documents with you.

Vehicles over 2m - What can I take to the Recycling Centre?

Batteries

Fluorescent tubes

Fridges and freezers

Large electrical items

Small electrical items

TV and monitors

Car batteries

Engine oil

Tyres

Plasterboard

Hardcore and rubble

Timber and wood

Scrap metal

Aerosol can

Aerosols

Foil and foil trays

Food tins and drink cans

Glass bottles and jars

Plastic bottles

Garden waste

Paper and shredded paper

Cardboard boxes

Cooking oil

Media (Books, CDs and DVDs)

Clothes and textiles

Gas bottles

Household chemicals

Sharps

Fire extinguishers

General waste

Vehicles over 2m - What can I take to the Recycling Centre?

Batteries

Fluorescent tubes

Fridges and freezers

Large electrical items

Small electrical items

TV and monitors

Car batteries

Engine oil

Tyres

Plasterboard

Hardcore and rubble

Timber and wood

Scrap metal

Aerosol can

Aerosols

Foil and foil trays

Food tins and drink cans

Glass bottles and jars

Plastic bottles

Garden waste

Paper and shredded paper

Cardboard boxes

Cooking oil

Media (Books, CDs and DVDs)

Clothes and textiles

Gas bottles

Household chemicals

Sharps

Fire extinguishers

General waste

Vehicles under 2m - What can I take to the Recycling Centre?

Batteries

Fluorescent tubes

Fridges and freezers

Large electrical items

Small electrical items

Print cartridges

TV and monitors

Hardcore and rubble

Timber and wood

Car batteries

Engine oil

Tyres

Scrap metal

Aerosol can

Aerosols

Foil and foil trays

Food tins and drink cans

Glass bottles and jars

Plastic bottles

Cardboard boxes

Paper and shredded paper

Garden waste

Media (Books, CDs and DVDs)

Clothes and textiles

Cooking oil

Paint and paint cans

Gas bottles

Household chemicals

General waste

Can I use a hire vehicle?

If you are using a hire vehicle please take your hire vehicle documents with you when you visit.

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