You can take household waste and recyclables to the Raynesway Household Waste and Recycling Centre at Raynesway Park Drive, Derby DE21 7BH.
This site is open from 8am to 6pm all year, except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
On bank holidays, please note that the quietest times are 8am, 11am and just before 6pm.
To make your trip quicker, we encourage you to sort the different materials out before you visit the site. For example, please put all your paper in one bag, and garden waste in another.
For your own safety please make sure you wear appropriate shoes on site.
You can take the following to Raynesway:
|all electrical items||car batteries|
|cooking oil||engine oil|
|fridges and freezers||furniture|
|garden waste||gas bottles|
|scrap metal||textiles and shoes|
|timber and wood||tins, cans and aerosols|
|up to four car tyres.|
There are certain items of waste we cannot accept at Raynesway.
We cannot accept any of the following:
If you are planning to carry out major refurbishment work to your house or garden we recommend you consider hiring a skip as part of the project or consider using our Bulky Waste Collection Service.
Raynesway is a facility for Derby residents using a private vehicle to dispose of their own household waste. To make sure commercial waste is not disposed of there, we operate a free permit system for vehicles that could be used by businesses.
All vans and pick-up trucks under 3.5 tonnes gross, and vehicles with trailers, need a permit to use the centre at Raynesway. If you are hiring a van, you will need to state how many visits you are intending to make to the site to receive a permit.
To request your free permit, complete the tip permit request online form with:
Contact the Raynesway site either in person or by calling 01332 755482 before you visit to make sure they can accept your material. Please note that the phone is not always manned.
Generally, they can accept:
Do not break or cut the asbestos to fit plastic bags. Ideally, it should be double-wrapped in plastic sheets. You should dampen the asbestos before lifting or moving it to help prevent the release of asbestos cement fibres.
Contact the Raynesway site either in person or by calling 01332 755482 before you visit to make sure they can accept the chemicals. Please note that the phone is not always manned.
Generally, Raynesway can accept small quantities (a maximum of five litres or five kilogrammes) of hazardous waste, such as pesticides, mercury and petrol.
If there is an identifying label on the side of the bottle it can be taken to a stockholder, please go to the LPG Bottle Retrieval Scheme website to find a local stockholder.
If the bottle can't be identified, we will accept it at Raynesway.
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