What ID do you need for tip?

What ID do you need for tip?

What ID do you need for tip?

You will need to bring a form of identification showing your current address to use the refuse and recycling centre. For example: a recent Council tax bill. your driving license.

Are tips open in Newcastle?

Our recycling centres are open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. For your safety we do not allow pedestrian access to the sites.

What can you get rid of at the tip?

What you can take to the household waste recycling centre (tip)

  • green garden waste.
  • wood and chipboards.
  • cardboard.
  • paper.
  • metal.
  • large electrical items.
  • small electrical items.
  • hard plastics.

Is Jenkins lane open during lockdown?

The Jenkins Lane Reuse and Recycling Centre is open.

Do I have to recycle food waste?

Why is it important to recycle food waste? Food waste that is not recycled may be sent to landfill where it rots, causing a huge negative impact on the environment by releasing methane – a harmful greenhouse gas that is 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide.

How do you dispose of kitchen knives?

Narrowly cut open the top of a flexible plastic drink bottle and place the knives inside, points downwards; you could wrap them in newspaper first. You can then safely put this in the bin. Blunt knives can also be taken to the scrap-metal section at your recycling centre.

Can you take Hoovers to the tip?

Small electrical items that cannot be recycled at libraries or via bulky waste collections include: Hoovers.

Can non-residents use the Newcastle household waste recycling centres?

The household waste recycling centres provide a recycling and waste disposal facility for Newcastle residents only. It is illegal for businesses to dispose of waste at these sites; it is also not permissible for non-residents to use these sites.

What are the rules of the household waste and recycling centres?

Our three household waste and recycling centres (HWRCs) have rules in place to make sure your visit is as quick, easy and safe as possible. This includes a need to bring photo ID so we can check your address, an odds and evens system that affects which days you can visit, and a permit system for larger vehicles.

When does Walbottle household waste recycling centre open?

As from Monday 7 January 2019 Walbottle Household Waste recycling centre have a change of opening hours the site will be open from: 10am – 6pm from 1 October to 31 March (except Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve when sites close at 4pm) Byker and Brunswick will be open as normal:

What are the recycling centre hours at Brunswick household waste?

From 1 April 2021 Brunswick Household Waste recycling centre will have a change of closing hours: Open 8am – 6pm all year round (except Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve when sites close at 4pm) Byker will be open as normal: 1 April to 30 September: open every day 8am – 8pm