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Business and commercial waste

It is illegal for businesses to dispose of their waste through any of the facilities provided for householders (such as household kerbside collection bins, street bins, local household recycling banks or community recycling centres).

Business are responsible for ensuring the waste they produce is dealt with appropriately and lawfully.

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Waste transfer stations

Business waste can be taken to a waste transfer station where it will be weighed and a charge made for its disposal. Before being able to accept commercial waste at any of our sites, you must have registered yourself as a carrier of waste and be able to show a valid Waste Carriers Licence or exemption certificate. For further information and where to register or apply, please visit the website

The following centre's have a waste transfer station for business waste:

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Charges for business waste disposal

The charges are set by SUEZ and include VAT. The charges are effective 01 June 2017 and are subject to change.

Rate per tonne (£)
Minimum charge
Mixed non-hazardous waste
£84 - up to 500kg
Inert (Mud/bricks/hardcore)
£40 - up to 666.60kg
£51 - up to 500kg
(can only be taken to Epsom, Guildford and Shepperton)
£48 - up to 500kg
Green waste £60 £40 - up to 666kg
Cardboard and mixed paper No charge No minimum
Mixed glass (not accepted at Epsom) £12 No minimum
Mattresses £24 (per unit) Per unit - no minimum
Domestic fridge freezers £69 (per unit) Per unit - no minimum
Small electrical items £24 (per unit) No minimum
Car tyres £6 (per unit) No minimum
Lorry tyres £60 (per unit) No minimum
Tractor tyres £108 (per unit) No minimum
Public weighing £20 per vehicle N/A

Any segregated load prices must contain zero contamination as any contaminated loads will result in a rejected load or charged at the full general commercial rate.

For prices for disposal of other waste types contact SUEZ.

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Local council collections

Some local councils within Surrey provide chargeable business waste collections. Contact your local council: