Rubbish Tips (Household Waste Recycling Centres)
Find a Household Waste Recycling Centre including opening times and what you can take.
Going to the rubbish tip in a car?
If you are a resident of Wolverhampton and plan to visit the tip in a car, you can access the site at any time, there's no need to book and you can dispose of the following list of items at the tip free of charge:
- car batteries, gas bottles, household batteries and electrical items
- energy saving light bulbs and fluorescent tubes
- garden waste, rubble and soils
- fridges, freezers, mattresses and furniture
- scrap metal, timber, chipboard and plasterboard
- bulky plastic items, textiles and glass
- used cooking oil, tyres and engine oil
Please note, you can only recycle certain types of plastics [402kb] at the tips.
Going to the rubbish tip in a van, larger vehicle or with a trailer?
Apply for a Tip PermitYou'll need to apply for a Tip Permit and book a time slot if you want to take your waste in a van, car with a trailer, pick-up truck, commercial type vehicle. You can now Register for a Tip permit and book a time slot through My Account which gives you access to a range of Council services. get started by registering for a Tip Permit now.
Large Land Rovers, ex-army type vehicles, camper vans and motor homes are not accepted on the permit scheme.
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Both sites are open on bank holidays except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
These sites are operated by Wolverhampton City Council for residents of Wolverhampton and North Dudley only
You may be asked for ID showing your postcode (e.g. Driving Licence, recent Council Tax bill)
To help with traffic congestion at and around the site it would be appreciated if users would separate their waste into the suitable categories prior to visiting the site.
Getting rid of unwanted paint
You can recycle unwanted paint by visiting a local Community Re-Paint scheme. Please note, this is not a council scheme. You can find out more by visiting http://communityrepaint.org.uk.
Getting rid of unwanted usable paint?
If your paint tin is more than half full and has a fully intact tin with lid and in date, please contact:
Eastfield Community Site
Telephone 01902 558603 (This number is for paint recycling queries only) - visit the Scarf website here.
We do not accept any commercial or business waste. See commercial waste for further information.
Alternative ways to reuse and dispose of your bulky waste for free