Household Waste Recycling Centres & Local Bring Sites

There are three Household Waste Recycling Centres (dump/tips) in the Winchester district where you can take unwanted household items.

Changes to bring sites:

We have considered the capacity and distribution of our existing bring sites very carefully which has enabled us to make informed assessments about which sites can be removed and those that should be retained,  following the introduction of kerbside collections, which should be sufficient to meet most residents’ glass recycling needs. The situation will be monitored and the Council has the option of increasing capacity at our  remaining sites should the need arise.  Private bring sites, such as those operated by some supermarkets, are not affected by these changes: Current bring sites.

Latest: click here to find out about the new opening times, charges and when the phased changes will take place at the Hampshire Recycling Centres

There are many other Household Waste Recycling Centres in Hampshire, for a full list click the link in the Other Websites list.

 

  • What you can take to the Household Waste Recycling Centre

    You can take the following things to the HWRC's:

    • Green and garden waste
    • Clothing and textiles
    • Cardboard, newspaper and magazines
    • Glass bottles and jars
    • Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)
    • Household batteries
    • Animal and pet waste
    • Soil, rubble and DIY waste
    • Plaster board
    • Wood and timber
    • Scrap metal
    • Paint
    • Hazardous household waste
    • Automotive waste
    • Gas bottles and fire extinguishers

    For a full listing and restrictions

    The 24 Hampshire Waste Recycling Centres recycle, reuse, compost and recover energy from 83.72% of the material brought in by 4 million visitors each year.

  • Local Recycling Centres (Bring Sites)

    There are plenty of places that you can take your household waste to be recycled, either at a large Household Waste Recycling Centre or a Local Recycle Site.

    The City Council provides many sites themselves and there are many other sites that you can use. Many of local sites will accept glass bottles and jars and some will accept other materials such as textiles and clothing, books, cardboard, tinfoil and batteries.

    Use the link below to find out where your nearest recycle site is and what can be disposed of there. 

    http://www.recyclenow.com/recycling-locator