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Household Waste Recycling Centres

Reduce landfill – donate it!

Local charity Refurbs Flintshire  (01352 734111) can collect re-usable furniture and electrical items from your doorstep free of charge.  Alternatively, advertise them on your local Freecycle / Freegle website.

We provide a network of 5 Household Recycling Centres for residents to recycle waste from their home.

 

Opening times

Buckley, Greenfield, Mold, Sandycroft & Rockliffe recycling centres are open 7 days a week and only close on Christmas Day.

  • 9am to 5pm - 1st October to 31st March

Locations

View a map online. The map shows all 6 recycling centres in Flintshire

  • Buckley - Globe Way, Buckley CH7 3LY
  • Greenfield - Greenfield Business Park No2, Greenfield CH8 7GJ
  • Mold - Nercwys Road, Nercwys, Mold CH7 4ED
  • Sandycroft - Prince William Avenue, Deeside, CH5 2QZ
  • Rockliffe - Chester Road Oakenholt CH6 5SF (From 8 October 2018)

Type of waste accepted

List of Waste accepted at Household Recycling Centres 

The waste must be from a domestic property.  We will not take commercial or business waste.
Calor and Butane to be taken to the nearest dealer.

When a permit is required

Cars and single axle trailers don’t need a permit. Vans, twin axle trailers and other large vehicles do.  The permit is free.

Vehicle permits – find out more or apply

Accessibility

The staff on site can provide you with assistance to help you remove waste from your vehicle and place it in the skips.  If steps are a problem try the Greenfield site - it doesn’t have any.

Conditions

  • Do not leave waste outside the recycling centres or bring banks.  You can be prosecuted for fly tipping.
  • You must be a resident in Flintshire to use Flintshire’s Household Recycling Centres. Likewise, neighbouring authorities will not accept waste from Flintshire residents.
  • Trade waste is not accepted.

Local recycling banks

Drop it while you shop! There are 23 local bring banks near shops (or pubs) where you can recycle TetraPak, small electricals, textiles / shoes etc. Find your nearest bring bank