Recycling Centres (local tips)
There are two Recycling Centres in Horsham District. For full information about these sites follow the buttons below to visit West Sussex County Council's website.
To use a Recycling Centre you will need to provide proof that you live in West Sussex. Access will be denied to the site if proof of address is not shown or you live outside of West Sussex. Find out more and view all acceptable forms of ID
Horsham (Hop Oast)
Biffa, Hop Oast, Worthing Road, Horsham, RH13 0AR
Biffa, Newbridge Road, Billingshurst, RH14 9HY
What can I take to the sites?
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
The Recycling Centres accept bulky household refuse and garden waste.
If your items are too big for you to take to the site, please consider our large item collection service.
You can take small quantities of potentially hazardous waste to the Recycling Centres.
Hazardous waste has the potential to damage human health as well as the environment. It includes:
- Fire extinguishers
- Household products used in cleaning (solvents), gardening and DIY (thinners, paints)
- Used engine oil
- Fluorescent tubes
- Electrical Appliances (TVs, computers, fridges)
Cement-bonded asbestos, which may be found in garage roofing and downpipes, can be disposed of at selected Recycling Centres in the district. Find more details on the Asbestos page of the West Sussex County Council website.
Billingshurst Re-Use Shop
West Sussex County Council have now opened a small Re-Use shop at the Billingshurst Recycling Centre to save bric a brac, homeware, bikes (sold as seen) and furniture, including garden furniture, from going to waste.
Items can be donated at this site as well as there being a shop outlet for patrons to purchase items which have been donated.