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Birmingham City Council

Household Recycling Centres (Council Tips)

Before you throw your items out, have you thought about offering them to someone else for free? Freegle is a free service to advertise unwanted items; if someone wants them they will come to you and pick them up. For anything still usable in any way it is an ideal means of diverting items from the waste stream.

If possible avoid visiting the sites at Bank Holidays as they are always busy.

HRC locations

Tameside Drive, Castle Bromwich, B35 7AG

Lifford Lane, Kings Norton, B30 3JJ

Holford Drive, Perry Barr, B42 2TU

Norris Way, Sutton Coldfield, B75 7BB

James Road, Tyseley, B11 2BA


Opening hours

Months

Weekdays

Weekends

1 March - 31 October

8am - 8pm

8am - 4.30pm

1 November - 28/29 February

8am - 6pm

8am - 4.30pm


For more information go to www.veolia.co.uk/birmingham.

Permits for vans and cars with large trailers

All aspects of Household Recycling Centre (HRC) access control are under the control of Veolia Environmental Services (VES).

For details on the permit scheme go to www.veolia.co.uk/birmingham or call 0121 379 8010 (24 hour recorded information line).

Commercial Waste

The sites are not licensed to accept trade waste or waste arising from any commercial or business activity. The City Council reserves the right to inspect any waste and a home visit may be required to identify the origin of the waste prior to its receipt at the site. The City Council can refuse to accept waste where it has a doubt about its origin.

For information about Commercial Waste disposal contact the Council's Commercial Waste department on 0121 303 2894.

Health & Safety:

Please note - for your safety and the safety of other users of the Household Recycling Centres:

Pedestrian access to the sites is not permitted.

Children and pets must remain in cars at all times


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