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Household waste and recycling centres

Hull has three modern household waste and recycling centres located across the city. All centres are designed to maximise recycling.

Residents' pass schemeSample pass for house waste recycling centres

To use the sites you will need to display a pass in the window of your car to prove you are a Hull resident.  If you have not received your pass, or if you lose the pass or forget it, you can still gain access to the sites by showing one of the following as proof of your address in Hull -

  • Recent utility bill – gas, electric, council tax and so on
  • Driving licence

Please note if you wish to use a commercial vehicle, you will still require a permit.

More information about commercial vehicle permits

Waste and recycling centres

Sutton Fields household waste and recycling centre
This undercover site is located on Amsterdam Road on Sutton Fields Industrial Estate. Map (link opens in a new window).

Wiltshire Road household waste and recycling centre
The undercover centre is at the far end of Wiltshire Road which is located near the Hessle Road flyover. Map (link opens in a new window)

Burma Drive household waste and recycling centre
The undercover centre is at the end of Burma Drive, towards the Hedon Road end of Marfleet Lane. Map (link opens in a new window)

Wiltshire Road recycling centre

Wiltshire Road recycling centre

Burma Drive education centre
A recycling education centre, built from recyclable materials and powered using solar panels and wind turbines, is available for schools and community groups to promote recycling.

Please note Wilmington household waste and recycling centre is now closed. Please use an alternative centre.

What can be recycled

Separate containers are provided for the recycling and safe disposal of -

Electrical Electrical Fridges and freezers Fridges and freezers Batteries Batteries Large appliances Large appliances
Fluorescent lights Fluorescent
tubes
Low energy bulbs Low energy bulbs Televisions and monitors Televisions and monitors printer cartridges Printer cartridges
mobiles Mobiles Tyres Tyres used engine oil Used engine oil Car batteries Car batteries
Hardcore Hardcore Wood and timber Wood and timber Soil Soil Clear glass Clear glass
Brown glass bottles and jars Brown glass
bottles and jars
Green glass bottles and jars Green glass
bottles and jars
Garden waste Garden waste Food tins and drink cans Food tins and
drink cans
Aerosols Aerosols Foil Foil Scrap metal Scrap metal Spectacles Spectacles
Cartons Cartons Tapes and discs CDs and DVDs Used vegetable oil Used vegetable oil Paper Paper
Newspaper and magazines Newspapers and
magazines
Cardboard Cardboard Corrugated cardboard Corrugated cardboard Telephone directories Telephone directories
Books Books Plastic bottles Plastic bottles Textiles Textiles Clothes Clothes
Shoes Shoes

Materials for safe disposal

Asbestos Asbestos*
(must be double bagged or wrapped)
Household and garden chemicals Household and
garden chemicals
Household waste Household waste

*Asbestos is only accepted at Wiltshire Road household waste and recycling centre.

You will need a permit to bring waste to any household waste recycling centre in a van or trailer (see below).

How to deal with asbestos

Asbestos can only be deposited at the Wiltshire Road Household Waste and Recycling Centre. Please ensure that the following instructions are adhered to:

  • Ensure that all asbestos is double bagged, wrapped and sealed in suitable heavy duty plastic bags (such as soil, rubble or garden waste bags (available from most supermarkets and DIY stores) or heavy duty plastic sheeting (available from builder’s merchants).
  • Deposit the material into the asbestos container yourself
  • Follow the instructions of the site staff at all times.

Site staff will inspect the bags used to deposit asbestos. If the bags are split or waste is protruding or they are not sealed, they will not be accepted. Also, if the bags are not of sufficient strength and split when lifted they will not be accepted.

Please note that asbestos delivered in carrier bags, hessian bags, pedal bin liners or similar lightweight black plastic bags, wrapped in clingfilm or bubble wrap will not be accepted.

Use of the sites

All residents of Hull wishing to recycle or dispose of household waste may use the facility - however, business, trade or commercial users may not use it. Arrangements for trade or business collection should be made either by our trade waste officers or by private contractors.

Opening hours

All sites (Burma Drive, Wiltshire Road and Sutton Fields) are open daily from 10am until 6pm except -

Christmas Eve 10am – 4pm
Christmas Day –Closed
Boxing Day – Closed
New Years Eve – 10am-4pm
New Years Day – Closed
All other bank holidays - open as normal
No transport

If you can’t transport recyclables to the site yourself, you can use the bulky item collection service or the community recycling facilities across the city.

Contact us

Waste management
Hull City Council
Staveley House
Stockholm Road
Hull
HU7 0XW

Tel: 01482 300 300
Text phone: 01482 300 349
Email: info@hullcc.gov.uk

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