Asbestos can cause fatal and serious diseases and must be handled with severe caution. Safety advice can be found on the Health and Safety Executive’s website.
Small amounts of asbestos can be deposited at a limited number of household waste recycling centres by members of the public.
All asbestos should be:
- double wrapped in heavy gauge polythene sheets (available from DIY stores)
- sealed with strong adhesive tape (to prevent the release of dust)
- labelled ‘asbestos waste’
Failure to do this will result in the waste being refused;
A maximum of 3 sheets, or equivalent, of asbestos from householders, per month, that measure no more than 20cm high, 150 cm wide and 180cm long.
When delivering asbestos please report to the weighbridge on arrival or see a member of staff on site as asbestos needs to be logged when brought onto site to monitor capacity. Your details will be recorded so what we can monitor frequency.
Please note that not all waste types are accepted at all recycling centres so please use our what you can take and where (map) to check which recycling centre you can take your items to.