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Judkins household recycling centre

  • Judkins household recycling centre is managed and run by Warwickshire County Council and the on-site reuse shop is run by Chapter 1
  • Current opening times and more can be found at Judkins recycling centre
  • Residents can use the recycling centre for most household waste
  • You can also take items to bring bank sites

Accepted items

  • asbestos, batteries, car batteries, cardboard, cartons, mixed textiles and clothes, electrical , fluorescent tubes, food and drink cans, fridges and freezers, garden waste, mixed glass bottles and jars, household waste, mobile phones, paper, plastic bottles, printer cartridges, scrap metal, shoes, telephone directories, TVs and monitors, used engine oil, wood and timber

Restricted items

Hardcore, rubber and soil and plasterboard

  • Small amounts of hardcore, rubble and soil can be deposited for free at Judkins by members of the public
  • Quantities accepted: Householders may deposit the equivalent of up to 3 x 25 kg bags (75kg total combined weight) per household per month of hardcore, rubble and/or soil
  • Hardcore, rubble and soil in excess of the limits will not be accepted
  • Alternatively householders can make their own arrangement for the disposal of large
    quantities of hardcore, rubble and soil for example by using bulk bag services offered from local DIY stores or skip hire. Information may be found in the Yellow Pages

Plasterboard:

  • Small amounts of plasterboard and gypsum based products can be deposited for free at Judkins
  • Quantities accepted: A maximum of three sheets (2.4m x 1.2m / 8′ x 4′) or equivalent can only be accepted per household per month
  • This material must be kept separate from all other waste types, ask an advisor where to deposit this material
  • Plasterboard in excess of the limits cannot be accepted

Last updated Thursday, 27th April 2017

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