Recycling and waste

Recycling boxes

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) competition

Recycle your unwanted electrical and electronic goods for the chance to win an iPad. Take your goods to a WCC household waste recycling centre to receive your entry code and complete the WEEE competition entry form

  • Recycling Centres

    There are nine household waste recycling centres (HWRC’s) in Warwickshire. You can find opening times, accepted materials and information on height barriers for each site.

  • What you can recycle at each of our centres (interactive map)

    Find a recycling centre by the materials you would like to recycle.

  • Household waste

    How to reduce, reuse and recycle your waste and what happens to the rubbish you dispose of.

  • Garden waste

    Reducing, reusing, recycling and disposing of garden waste

  • Bins, recycling boxes and kerbside collection

    Your district or borough council is responsible for all collections of waste from your home. This includes rubbish, bulky waste, recycling and green waste collection.

  • A-Z of recycling

    A directory of recycling information for Warwickshire.

  • Abandoned vehicles

    An abandoned vehicle is one that has been discarded by its owner. In the first instance you should contact your district or borough council to report an abandoned vehicle.

  • Agricultural waste

    Waste that is produced in the course of work on land used for agriculture is classified as agricultural waste.

  • Chemical and hazardous waste disposal

    We can accept small amounts of household chemicals from members of the public, free of charge.

  • Commercial waste

    Commercial waste is defined as waste from premises used wholly or mainly for the purposes of a business.

  • Flytipping and litter

    Fly-tipping and Litter are both forms of “Environmental Crime”, which covers activities which are against the law and are detrimental to the environment and quality of life.

  • Skip license

    To put a builder’s skip on a public road, you need a licence from the local authority.

  • Where does my recycling go?

    Information on what happens to the items you recycle.

Recycling and waste was last updated on January 5, 2015.