Your questions, answered
We accept Wood that is bare or that has been painted of treated.
We accept Concrete that is dry and ideally broken up to be loaded by hand.
We accept Soil which is a common material for landscape gardeners to dispose of.
We accept Glass as sheet glass or within a window frame. Laminated glass is charged by tonnage separately.
We accept Metals including iron, aluminium and copper.
We accept Plastics which is a common material disposed of during shop clearances.
We accept Fabric which is a common material to dispose of for shop clearances.
We accept Paper which is commonly disposed of during office clearances.
We accept Tiles which is a common material roofers dispose of.
We accept carpets and there is an additional charge of £115.00 per ton.
We accept Tarmac and there is an additional charge of £115.00 per ton.
We accept mattresses and there an additional charge of £10.00 per mattress.
We accept rubber and there is an additional charge of £115.00 per ton.
We accept metal & wood flooring and there is an additional charge of £115.00 per ton.
More than 10% waste will require a skip solely for the plasterboard.
We accept Insulation which is a material often disposed of during building renovations.
We can’t take chemical & liquid waste due to the problem of spillage during transport and problems separating liquids in our transfer station.
Animal products are prohibited for our drivers to take due to the contamination and special requirements needed to dispose of animal products safely.
We are unable to take food as this requires a specific licence and disposal requirements. Food waste should be disposed of with your normal rubbish collection service.
We are unable to take any type of oil, even in sealed containers. Oil should be taken to your local recycling centre so that it can be disposed of in a safe and clean manner.
We can accept some tree trunks, however, there is a diameter restriction. Please speak to our rubbish collection team for more details.
We do not accept asbestos at all. This is a dangerous material and must be removed by a specialist company that deals with asbestos.
Human waste including septic tank, chemical toilets, medical, radioactive and empty hazardous material containers cannot be disposed of through Reston Waste.
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