You will be asked to prove you live in one of Surrey's eleven districts or boroughs, at some of your local Community Recycling Centres (CRCs).
The sites affected are -
Please note that the scheme has now been removed from Bagshot (Swift Lane), as Surrey County Council have reached an agreement with the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, to allow free use of the site by any local resident.
Surrey County Council have strict rules on how construction waste is brought to the sites. Please read our construction waste policy for full details.
Surrey's Community Recycling Centres (CRCs) are paid for by Surrey residents who can use the sites for free to dispose of their household waste and recycling.
Some CRCs in Surrey are also used by residents from other neighbouring councils. This extra waste costs Surrey taxpayers half a million pounds per year to dispose of.
However, some neighbouring councils do not allow Surrey residents free access to their own sites. Unfortunately Surrey County Council has been left with no option but to do the same thing at certain sites.
If you use any of the affected sites, you will need to bring one of the following:
You will need to bring one of these to prove that you live in one of the eleven districts or boroughs in Surrey.
Staff at the site will ask to see a copy of your proof of address when you arrive, so please have it to hand.
If you do not pay your council tax to Surrey and you usually visit the affected sites, please consider driving to your own authority site where you may dispose of your waste and recycling for free.
Our sites are operated on our behalf by our contractor SITA Surrey