Commercial waste charges for Townmead Road

All charges are exempt from VAT and are valid from 1 April 2017

Payment by card only. We do not accept cash.

Landfill

  • Charge £205 per tonne,
  • Minimum charge £41

Green waste

  • Cost: £115 per tonne
  • Minimum charge: £22

These prices apply provided you have complied with the following rules:

  • You must inform the weighbridge operator before weighing in.
  • The waste must be 100% green with no other materials mixed in.
  • Only use the green waste bay. No other waste is to be taken to other parts of the site unless users have weighed out and back in again.
  • Failure to comply with any of these rules will result in users being charged at the full rate of £205 per tonne.

Scrap metal, cardboard and paper

  • Cost: £115 per tonne
  • Minimum charge: £22

These prices apply provided you have complied with the following rules:

  • You must inform the weighbridge operator before weighing in.
  • All cardboard, as far as practicable, must be flat packed with no polystyrene packing.
  • Paper must not contain any plastic coatings or packaging and must be removed from files or boxes.
  • Scrap metal will only be accepted if it is 100% recyclable.
  • Only deposit materials in the appropriate area as designated by the site supervisor/weighbridge operator.
  • Failure to comply with any of these rules will result in users being charged at the full rate of £205 per tonne.

Rubble

  • Cost: £205 per tonne
  • Minimum charge: £41

These prices apply provided you have complied with the following rules:

  • You must inform the weighbridge operator before weighing in.
  • Only clean rubble with no bags, wood, plaster etc mixed in.
  • You must not cross contaminate the rubble with soil
  • Only use the inert bay. No other waste is to be taken to other parts of the site unless users have weighed out and back in again.

Hazardous waste and difficult waste

We are no longer allowed to accept the following waste from Traders at this facility:

  • All types of fridges/freezers – including (household types)
  • Televisions and computer monitors
  • Fluorescent tubes
  • Wood containing dangerous substances
  • Chemicals such as paint, pesticides solvents
  • Waste engine oil
  • Lead acid batteries
  • Tyres
  • All types of asbestos

See the commercial hazardous waste page for details of how to dispose of these materials.

Updated: 31 March 2017