Charges for some non-household waste will apply from 1 September 2016 at Surrey's community recycling centres. Find out more about these charges.
Surrey has 15 community recycling centres where you can take your household waste. Recycling centres used to be known as rubbish tips or dumps. They are now called recycling centres, as the majority of waste is recycled.
Our recycling centres are free to Surrey residents. We accept over 30 different types of household waste materials and recycle as much as possible.
You will need to obtain a van permit, before your visit, if you are bringing household waste in either a van, pick-up or trailer.
Some recycling centres require proof that you live in Surrey. Please check with your local recycling centre to see if you need to take proof of address with you.
Find out if any of the restrictions above apply to you by viewing your local recycling centre below.
Business waste and waste transfer stations
Epsom, Guildford, Leatherhead and Shepperton (this site will be shut to business waste from 31 March 2016 until further notice) all accept business waste. Each transfer station will weigh your waste and charge for your business waste disposal .
Opening and closing times
Please select your local community recycling centre page below to find full details of opening hours.
Find your recycling centre
Select one of the links below to find out full details of your local recycling centre or see where they are all located on the Surrey Interactive Map (select Environment housing and planning and tick the box for the Community Recycling Centres layer, then select Refresh the map (top right).
- Bagshot Community Recycling Centre
- Camberley Community Recycling Centre
- Caterham Community Recycling Centre
- Cranleigh Community Recycling Centre
- Dorking Community Recycling Centre
- Earlswood Community Recycling Centre
- Epsom Community Recycling Centre
- Farnham Community Recycling Centre
- Guildford Community Recycling Centre
- Leatherhead Community Recycling Centre
- Lyne Community Recycling Centre
- Shepperton Community Recycling Centre
- Warlingham Community Recycling Centre
- Witley Community Recycling Centre
- Woking Community Recycling Centre
We do not tolerate any form of abuse directed towards our site staff. Any serious incidents or threatening behaviour will be reported to the police and may result in council services being withdrawn.
All Surrey County Council recycling centres are run by SUEZ Surrey (formerly known as SITA Surrey).