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PERMANENT AND MOBILE HOUSEHOLD WASTE RECYCLING SITES
PERMANENT RECYCLING SITES:
West Sussex County Council provides 12 permanent Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRS) for household waste only. In the Horsham District there are two sites, located at:
Worthing Road, Horsham
Tel: (01403) 732497
Newbridge Road, Billingshurst
Tel: 0845 1300 393 (Viridor main office)
|April - September|
|Mon - Fri||08:00 - 19:00|
|Sat - Sun||09:00 - 19:00|
|Bank Holidays||09:00 - 19:00|
|October - March|
|Mon - Fri||08:00 - 17:00|
|Sat - Sun||09:00 - 17:00|
|Bank Holidays||09:00 - 17:00|
Please Note: The sites will be closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day
These sites provide recycling facilities for a range of materials including:
- Gas bottles
- Mixed Paper and cardboard
- Fluorescent tubes
- Fridges and freezers
- Used lubricating oils
- Household (non-lead acid) batteries and car (lead acid) batteries
They also accept bulky household refuse and garden waste which is not taken as part of the weekly refuse collection service. To dispose of bulky items such as furniture please see Special Collections.
You can take small quantities of potentially hazardous household waste to these sites as well.
For more information please call the West Sussex County Council waste management unit on (01243) 642106 or visit the West Sussex County Council Household Waste Recycling Sites pages.
MOBILE RECYCLING SITES:
West Sussex County Council arranges mobile household waste recycling facilities that serve the Horsham District on some weekends. For those weeks when provision is made for non-recyclable refuse a refuse collection vehicle is brought to four mobile sites in Steyning, Henfield, Pulborough and Storrington. The vehicle is available from 09:00 and leaves PROMPTLY at 15:30.
Only bulky household refuse is accepted. Trade and demolition waste is NOT accepted. Do not leave any waste at these sites outside of operating times as you have a responsibility to ensure all your waste is correctly disposed of. Any such waste found will be treated as illegal dumping.
Dates for all services are available on West Sussex County Council's Mobile Sites pages.