You need to book a time slot to visit a Recycling Centre.
Re-use shops are open all week. You can visit them without an appointment and accept direct donations.
How to book a time slot
Before you book
- You can make multiple bookings per week to bring your own household waste
- Business or trade customers/vehicles are restricted to two visits per 7 day period
- We reserve the right to cancel any multiple bookings made in a 7 day period.
You'll need to read and agree to the terms and conditions published on the booking form before you book.
Do not visit a Recycling Centre if you've COVID-19 symptoms and/or test positive.
Please ensure any COVID-19 waste is left at home for 72 hours (3 days) before double-bagging and bringing to site.
Clinically vulnerable people should follow the latest government advice.
Book a time slot
You can also cancel or amend an existing booking.
Check your spam/junk folder if you do not receive a booking confirmation email within 1 hour.
If you've not received a confirmation email, do not make another booking. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll check it for you.
The booking system
- reduces the waiting times of visitors to each Recycling Centre
- helps manage traffic to avoid a dangerous build-up of vehicles on the roads
- allows site users to plan ahead and visit at an agreed time without having to queue
Opening times and severe weather closures
Find opening times on suffolkrecycling.org.uk for:
Closures may also occur in emergencies or due to severe/extreme weather. Please check for latest information on Twitter @Suffolkrc before setting off as we're unable to contact you directly.
Further advice, questions and answers about the booking system
Advice and latest published on Twitter
You can also get latest updates on closures or service changes @suffolkrc.
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