Surrey County Council have put restrictions in place at all Community Recycling Centres that have reopened so that they can operate in line with Public Health England guidelines to protect the safety of staff and residents. It is essential that you check the latest updates before travelling.
Please check the latest updates from Surrey County Council here that include revised opening hours and changes to what materials are accepted.
Surrey County Council manages the community recycling centres in the county. The closest ones for Runnymede residents are:
You may be asked to prove that you live in Surrey so please bring some address identification with you.
To find out how to deal with items and materials that you want to throw away, use Surrey County Council's recycling search tool.
Charges at local community recycling centres:
From 1 September 2016, Surrey County Council introduced charges at Surrey's community recycling centres (CRCs). An increased demand for essential services and reduced Government funding has meant that Surrey County Council needs to reduce its spending in other areas. Charges have been introduced for some types of non-household waste at the nine CRCs that accept these types of waste. For more information please visit SCC Community Recycling Centre charges.