Coronavirus: access for vans, pickups and trailers
Although some of our community recycling centres have reopened, vans, pickups and trailers are not being allowed entry at the moment, even if you have a valid van permit.
Our van permit application process has been temporarily suspended.
As soon as we are able to allow these types of vehicles back on to our sites, our website will be updated and the van permit application process will be reinstated.
Charge for a van, pickup or trailer waste permit from 3 January 2020
From 3 January 2020, you will be charged a non-refundable fee of £8.50 if you want to use a van, pickup or trailer to take household waste to a designated CRC. Due to this change, all existing permits will expire on 31 December 2019.
You will be able to renew your permit and make the appropriate payment on this page on or after 3 January 2020.
If you have not renewed and paid for your permit when the charge comes into effect, you will be refused entry.
Surrey residents who use our community recycling centres to dispose of household waste using a van, pickup or trailer must have a permit.
Before you apply for a van, pickup and trailer waste permit, you are required to read and accept our terms and conditions first.
Apply online for a permit to use a van, pickup or trailer to dispose of your household waste, at one of our designated community recycling centres.
If you need to renew and pay, change the details of your permit, you must do so online.