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Every Street Recycling Centre is closed on Friday 18th September
If you are disposing of household waste in a vehicle under 2 metres high – Go to Cemetery Road Recycling Centre in Radcliffe
Every Street waste transfer facility is closed until Monday 21st September
If you are disposing of household waste in a vehicle over 2 metres high, business waste or plasterboard visit Salford Road waste transfer facility in Bolton.
If you live in Greater Manchester (Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside or Trafford) you can use any of our Recycling Centres free of charge for waste and recycling from your home. This includes waste from normal day-to-day household activities and DIY projects. You are not allowed to dispose of any business waste. This includes:
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
There are over 22 containers at your local Recycling Centre for different types of waste. To help us recycle as much as possible, please separate your waste and recycling into different types:
Visit our A-Z recycling guide for more information.
All of the Recycling Centres have a height barrier at the entrance.
There is no pedestrian access for visitors as there no safe access routes or pavements. Following social distancing guidelines, staff at the Recycling Centres will not be able to take any waste from visitors.
Opening times vary – please check before you visit.
When you load your vehicle, use bags and boxes to separate different types of items so you can easily put them in the right container when you arrive at the Recycling Centre.
The Recycling Centres operate a one way system, expect queuing during busy periods.
The speed limit at all Recycling Centres is 5 miles per hour.
Reverse park in to the parking bays, put your handbrake and switch your engine off.
Make sure you put your personal belongings somewhere safe, if you accidentally drop your keys, mobile phone or wallet in one of the containers, it is very difficult for staff to retrieve it for you.
If you are unsure where your items go, please ask a member of staff who will be happy to help.
Make sure you close all your doors including your boot to avoid damage to your vehicle.