Do you need to book to go to East Grinstead tip?

Access by car. We request that users do not arrive before the centre is open.

Who can use billingshurst tip?

All vehicles over 2.2 metres high must use: Burgess Hill RC. Chichester RC. Worthing RC.

Does Burgess Hill tip Take fridges?

This includes items such as furniture, DIY waste, white goods (fridges, freezers etc) and carpet. Please note Plasterboard can no longer be accepted and must be disposed of separately.

Do you have to book for Horsham tip?

Booking an appointment You must have an appointment to visit this centre.

Does East Grinstead tip take plasterboard?

Take this waste to your local recycling centre (RC). Use the plasterboard, bagged plaster powder and gypsum based wastes container. You can only take this type of waste to the following sites: Billingshurst.

Where can I get rid of mattresses near me?

Both The Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity have multiple locations at which you can drop your old mattress for donation. Take a look at their websites to find a location near you. Or try out Donation Town to schedule a pick-up or find a local charity within your town.

How do I dispose of a mattress in Hailsham?

What to do if your bulky item isn’t suitable for reuse. If you think your unwanted item is not suitable for reuse, you can take it to the Household Waste Recycling Site for disposal. Alternatively, we are able to offer residents a chargeable service for the removal of large or bulky items from domestic properties.

Does Hailsham tip take plasterboard?

Residents have to pay to dispose of hardcore, soil, plasterboard, bonded asbestos and tyres at the household waste recycling sites. There is no charge to dispose of other types of waste at our sites. Card payment only options are available on site (cash is not accepted).

What can I put in a bulky bag?

Bulky Bags are perfect for:

  1. House clearance/furniture.
  2. Tiles and kitchen/bathroom items.
  3. Rubble and garden waste.
  4. DIY waste.
  5. Commercial waste.

Where can I dispose of household waste in Burgess Hill?

The Household Waste Recycling Centre (known by many as the Burgess Hill Amenity Tip) is managed by West Sussex County Council’s Contractor Viridor and they can be contacted on 01243 642106. The site is located on Fairbridge Way, Burgess Hill, RH15 8AR (take the eastern exit off the roundabout at the junction of B2036 and the A273).

Where can I donate items to charity in Burgess Hill?

Reusable clothes, shoes, books and more can be donated to the charity shops located around Burgess Hill. The Town Council currently collects stamps as part of a fundraising scheme for Rocking Horse Children’s Charity. Stamps can be handed in at the Help Point.

Can Burgess Hill Town Council clear asbestos from my property?

Please note that Burgess Hill Town Council and Mid Sussex District Council are not insured to collect or clear asbestos. The Town Council currently collects Number 2 plastic milk bottle tops as part of a fundraising scheme for Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice. Bottle tops can be handed in at the Help Point.

What are the restrictions at West Sussex County Council recycling centres?

Please note the following restrictions apply at all West Sussex County Council Recycling Centres: Please note the following requirements before visiting: West Sussex residents who drive a commercial-type vehicle need to have a van, pickup and single-axle trailer waste permit to dispose of their household waste at West Sussex Recycling Centres.