Landfill is the disposal of waste into or onto land by means of burial. Information about landfill sites in Surrey is available from different organisations, including those listed below.
District and borough councils
For historic and closed landfill sites, contact the Contaminated Land Officer in the district or borough council in which the site is situated:
- Epsom and Ewell
- Guildford contaminated land
- Mole Valley
- Reigate and Banstead
- Surrey Heath
- Woking contaminated land
Landfill sites that are actively receiving waste or have recently closed are regulated by the Environment Agency. Contact the Environment Agency for further information.
Tel: 03708 506 506.
Surrey County Council Planning and Development Group
A landfill site will have been issued with planning permission from Surrey County Council. To find out about the planning history of a landfill site, contact our Environment and Infrastructure Planning and Development Group by email: email@example.com or by telephone on 020 8541 9897.
Surrey County Council Waste Group
Surrey County Council presently owns or leases the following six closed landfill sites:
- Broadford Lane Landfill, Broadford Lane, Chobham
- Callow Hill Landfill, Callow Hill, Virginia Water
- Crowhurst Landfill, Pikes Lane, Crowhurst, Lingfield
- Drinkwater Pit, Lyne Road, Virginia Water
- Knowle Lane Landfill, Knowle Lane, Cranleigh
- Trumps Farm Landfill, Kitsmead Lane, Chertsey
For further information on any of these sites, contact Richard Bartram in the Environment and Infrastructure Waste Group on 01932 874271 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org and mark for the attention of Richard Bartram.