Details of waste that is chargeable at Space Waye:
- Chargeable material is classified as construction/demolition or DIY waste and includes, but is not limited to:
- Brick, rubble and concrete slabs
- Paving slabs, decking and fence panels
- Fitted kitchens and wardrobes
- Kitchen and bathroom tiles, roof slates (including those that are unused)
- Bathrooms and sanitary ware
- Soil and turf arising from landscaping, garden renovations and other works
- Doors and windows
- Roofing materials
- Internal/external walls & wall panels
- Flooring materials (excluding carpet & lino)
- Plasterboard and structural timber
- Other building materials
- Large volumes of garden waste
- Garden sheds, summerhouses, wendy houses, play sheds and tree houses
Residents disposing of chargeable waste will be charged £205 per tonne with a £41 minimum charge for up to 200kg. If you have only timber (a clean load with no other materials) you can dispose of this at the reduced rate of £100 per tonne.
Below are the charges for commercial waste at Space Waye.
|Disposal of mixed commercial waste (per tonne)||£205|
|Disposal of mixed commercial waste minimum charge up to 200KG||£41|
|Disposal of recycling waste (per tonne)||Cost|
|Paper, Cardboard and Green Waste per tonne. Must be clean loads of single recyclable material only||£87.50|
|Paper, Cardboard and Green Waste minimum charge up to 200KG (20KG @ £1.70)||£17.50|
|Disposal Wood Recycling. Must be clean loads of single recyclable material only (no plywood,mdf,chipboard)||£100|
|Wood Recycling minimum clean timber up to 200KG (20KG @ £2.00)||£20|
Fridge / Freezers (Domestic)
|CRT'S, Monitors and TV Screens (per item)||£7.40|
|All electrical items accepted per tonne||£205|
|Minimum charge for electricals up to 200KG||£40|
|Fluorescent tubes (Per Tube)||£2.15|
|Mattress (regardless of size)||£12|
Other than visiting Space Waye, what are the alternatives?
1.Use Hounslow’s relaunched bulky waste collection service:
Hounslow Council has recently relaunched its bulky items collection service to make it easier for you to use the service – if you have larger to remove from your household. To find out all about it and to book a collection, please see here. (Please note if you live on a Housing Estate there may be alternative arrangements in place for you to dispose of your items.)
2.Sell or donate your unwanted items:
Use social media groups or websites like eBay, Gumtree, Freecycle, Freegle or Facebook Marketplace. You’d be amazed at how one person’s trash can be another’s treasure! Only donate items to charity shops when they're open. Leaving donations outside charity shops which are not open is fly tipping!
3.Use a registered waste carrier to collect your rubbish:
Everyone has a legal 'duty of care' to ensure your household or business waste is disposed of correctly. If it's your waste, it's YOUR responsibility.
- Suspect all waste carriers. Don't let them take your rubbish until they provide proof of registration. Note their vehicle's registration plate.
- Check that a waste carrier is registered on the Environment Agency's website.
- Refuse any unexpected offers to have your rubbish taken away.
- Ask how your rubbish will be disposed of - seek evidence of this.
- Paperwork must be obtained: a proper invoice, waste transfer note or receipt, including a description of the waste being removed and the waste carrier’s contact details.