Bringing trade waste to the Reuse and Recycling Centre

Trade waste is any waste that comes from business activity.

There is different guidance if you're a resident with household waste:

Opening hours

8am to 3pm, seven days a week. Last entry is 2.45pm. These hours only apply to trade customers.

You do not make a booking to visit.


Space Waye  
North Feltham Trading Estate
Pier Road
off Faggs Road
TW14 0TH

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When you visit

Access via gate 3 (Heron Way). You will then move to the weigh bridge.

You can bring:

You can't bring:

What we charge

It's cheaper to organise your materials so that we can recycle them.

We charge a lower rate for clean loads of a single recyclable materials.

Our current charges are:

  • Weighing of vehicles - £11 per vehicle
  • Mixed commercial waste - £205 per tonne
    • Minimum charge - £41 (up to 200KG)
  • Paper, cardboard, metal and green waste - £87.50 per tonne for a clean load of single recyclable material, at our discretion
    • Minimum charge - £17.50 (up to 200KG)
  • Wood - £100 per tonne for a clean load, at our discretion (no plywood, mdf or chipboard)
    • Minimum charge -  £20 (up to 200KG)
  • Fridge or freezer (domestic) - £60
  • Fridge or feezer (trade) - £75
  • Monitor or TV screen - £7.40
  • Waste from home improvements (including electrical items) - £205 per tonne
    • Minimum charge - £41 (up to 200KG)
  • Fluorescent tube - £2.15
  • Mattress of any size - £12

Gas bottle guidance

You should report to the weighbridge and, if accepted, you will be charged the full trade waste rate.

However, we recommend that you contact the gas bottle manufacturers directly or a specialised disposal company to dispose of your bottles.

We reserve the right to turn away traders who try to dispose of commercial gas bottles. In this case you will need to contact a registered hazardous waste carrier and make arrangements for the correct, safe disposal of the gas bottles.

Asbestos guidance

You should not touch anything that may contain asbestos. You should contact a specialist contractor to have it safely removed.

However, if you choose to dismantle cement-bonded asbestos yourself, you should arrange for this to be collected or take it to a licensed site.

A list of authorised contractors is available from the Asbestos Removal Contractors Association.

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