Accepted items Click to get info
The site accepts the following items:
- car batteries
- cooking oil
- engine oil
- fluorescent light tubes
- garden waste
- gas bottles
- glass bottles and glass jars
- hardcore and rubble
- electrical appliances (small and large)
- mobile phones
- paper, card and cardboard
- plastic bottles, trays and tubs
- printer ink cartridges
- scrap metal
- 'Tetra' style cartons
- textiles and shoes
- tins, cans, aerosols and foil
- tools (for reuse)
- wood and timber
Non-accepted items Click to get info
The site does not accept the following:
- household chemicals
- household waste
- plasterboard - this can be taken to South Access Road site for disposal
- tiles - this can be taken to South Access Road site for disposal
- trade waste
Disposing of tarmac
Tarmac can not be taken to any of our public waste and recycling sites. It can be disposed of at Bywaters Trade Site, Gateway Road, Leyton. There is a charge to use this site.
Bringing rubble or soil Click to get info
You can bring:
- up to six standard rubble sacks of soil each month
- up to six standard rubble sacks of rubble each month
A standard rubble sack is 20 inches by 30 inches.
Bags of rubble can contain brick, concrete and paving stones, but not plasterboard, tarmac or tiles.
Disposing of trade waste Click to get info
For trade waste disposal, please use Bywaters Trade Waste site at Gateway Road (turn left for the trade waste site). There will be a charge to dispose of trade waste.
Reuse schemes at Kings Road Click to get info
There is a bicycle reuse scheme in operation with Recycle your Cycle. Recycle your Cycle work with the UK prison service to provide training in the refurbishment of bicycles. Bicycles are then sold through charity shops across the country as well as in the onsite Second Time Around shop.
Any bicycles that are disposed of at site that are not suitable for reuse are recycled.
Any furniture that is suitable to be used again will be inspected, safety checked and sold at the onsite Second Time Around shop.
Furniture that is not suitable to be used again, such as upholstered furniture without a fire label, or with missing parts, will be sent for recycling where possible.
Paint bought to this site is reused as part of the Community Re-Paint scheme. Residents and community groups can purchase the paint at a reduced price by visiting the Forest Recycling Project (FRP).