Our household waste recycling centres (tips) allow residents of Kirklees to bring waste material from their households to be recycled or disposed of.
Waste from businesses and trade work cannot be disposed of at these sites. See Business, trade waste and hazardous waste for information.
You can now register for a My Kirklees Account to manage your household waste and recycling permits and report any problems. You must register your vehicle to use these centres.
Using our household waste recycling centres
Please keep your details up to date, such as a change of car, by using the update or renew sections below
You don't need to bring a printed permit with you. As you drive into one of our sites a member of staff will check your vehicle registration number on a tablet computer. As long as you're registered you'll be able to unload your vehicle.
|Address||Location on a map|
|Emerald Street (off Hillhouse Lane)
|Map of Emerald Street|
|Bent Ley Road
|Map of Bent Ley Road|
Upper Cumberworth (off Barnsley Road)
|Map of Bromley Farm|
|Weaving Lane (off Thornhill Road)
|Map of Weaving Lane|
|Nab Lane (off Pheasant Drive)
|Map of Nab Lane|
|Saturday||8am to 4pm|
|Sunday||9am to 4pm|
|New Year's Day||Closed|
What you can take to recycle
- Batteries (including domestic and car batteries)
- Beverage cartons
- Cooking oil
- Electrical goods
- Fridge freezers
- Garden waste (not including soil, turf, rubble or hardcore - please see below)
- Gas bottles
- General waste
- Glass bottles and jars
- Household chemicals
- Plaster and plasterboard (you will need to book for free disposal of plaster and plasterboard)
- Plastic bottles
What you can't take to recycle
- Ceramics e.g. tiles, toilets, sinks and cisterns
- Paving slabs
These items cannot be accepted at household waste recycling centres. You can arrange to have this material collected by the council for a fee. Order a Bulky household waste collection.
More information: Bins and recycling - what goes where
A to Z list of what to do with your unwanted items and rubbish - which bin they go in, if they can be taken to household waste recycling centres (tips) or other recycling sites, and what other alternatives there are for disposing of them.