Last updated: Monday 29 June
Recycling centres in Belfast have reopened to the public. Temporary arrangements are in place in order to protect your and our staff's health and safety, and to facilitate social distancing in line with the current public health advice.
- Recycling centres are open seven days per week. View recycling centre opening hours.
- You may be asked to provide proof of address as the sites will only be open for people living in the Belfast City Council area. Examples of proof of address we will accept include your driving licence, a utility bill (gas, electricity, broadband supplier), or a bank statement.
- There may be significant queues and delays, so please co-operate with any traffic arrangements in place and the instructions from staff.
- Please sort any recyclable waste before visiting the recycling centre. We cannot accept any commercial waste.
- View a list of items you can bring to the recycling centre
- The only vehicles permitted access are cars, including cars with single axle trailers. Vans or double axle trailers will not be permitted.
- The number of vehicles on site at any one time will be restricted.
- Pedestrians will not be admitted.
- Temporary traffic management arrangements will be in place at each of our recycling centres to allow vehicles to enter and exit our sites safely.
- You will be responsible for unloading your own waste to maintain social distancing from staff. Should you require help with a bulky item, we suggest that you bring a passenger.
- If you are self-isolating or have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) you should not visit a recycling centre.
- Civic amenity sites at Agnes Street, Cregagh Road and Springfield Road remain closed.
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