Dalbeattie Household Waste Recycling Centre
You can take household waste to the recycling centre near Dalbeattie which is operated by Dumfries and Galloway Council. Commercial waste isn't accepted at this centre.
Opening hours (by booking only)
Monday - 12.15pm to 6pm
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - Closed
Thursday - 12.15pm to 6pm
Friday - 12.15pm to 6pm
Saturday - 12.15pm to 6pm
Sunday - 12.15pm to 6pm
To allow a full recycling service to be provided whilst ensuring social distancing can be safely managed on the sites a booking system will be in operation from 22 June. By booking and turning up as close to your allotted time as possible queuing traffic impacting on the public road network will be minimised.
You are encouraged to, as far as possible, have your recycling organised in boxes and bags to help ensure your time on site is within the 10 minute slot.
In order to provide flexibility whilst managing social distancing on site and avoid long queues please don't arrive more than 10 minutes ahead of you time slot or 10 minutes after the end of your time slot. Our staff will do all they can to ensure you can recycle your waste. Whenever you arrive there may be a short queue, we appreciate your patience.
Please note that the council household waste recycling centres are not licenced to accept commercial or trade waste. By using this service you are confirming that the waste you are bringing is from a household or non-commercial source. The definition of commercial includes anyone receiving payment for disposal of another property's household waste.
Edingham Industrial Link Road, Dalbeattie, DG5 4NW
What we'll accept
- Cardboard and books
- Glass bottles and jars
- Electrical appliances
- Televisions and monitors
- Fridges and freezers
- Household batteries
- Fluorescent tubes and low energy light bulbs
- Green waste
- Soil and rubble
- Textiles, clothing and shoes
- Metal cans, tins and clean aluminium foil
- Scrap metal
- Plastic bottles
- Car batteries
- Waste engine oil
- Gas bottles
You can also use our address search to find household waste recycling points, there are lots of these across the region and they might be a useful alternative.
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