Household Waste Recycling Centres - open by appointment only

Recycling Centres remain open for booked appointments and most of the reuse shops have now reopened. Please check Warwickshire County Council's website for full details.  

Household Waste Recycling Centres


Reports of fly-tipping may not be responded to for at least 72 hours (3 days) during this emergency. Flytipping information.

Waste collection change FAQs

How can you help?

We are working hard to maintain your waste and recycling services at this time. Here are some top tips for how you can help during the crisis:

  1. Regularly check this webpage for updates on any changes to waste and recycling collections, including what can and can't be recycled.
  2. Don't stop recycling. With the global economy disrupted, it's more important than ever to recycle your paper, card, plastic, cans and glass to ensure that valuable resources are recycled and made into new products for people to buy.
  3. Minimise the amount of rubbish, recycling and food waste you produce. Every bit we can reduce will make a real difference to maintaining a good collection service for everyone. Find tips for reducing food waste, including how to store food correctly and using leftovers, making your food last longer and reducing the frequency you need to buy more food supplies.
  4. Please park your car responsibly. Many more people are at home, and parked cars may restrict access to bins for our collection crews, making their job more difficult and increasing the likelihood that bins cannot be emptied.
  5. If you're having a 'clear-out' at home make sure you've pre-booked an appointment at a Recycling Centre. Please check details for each recycling centre regarding any restrictions on items accepted before booking your visit. If you can no longer make your appointment, please cancel your slot as soon as possible so that it is available to other people.
  6. Do not burn your waste at home. This creates air pollution that could harm people nearby who may already have breathing difficulties. There is also the danger that fires could get out of control. Fire services around the country are reporting an increase in call outs due to garden fires.
  7. When putting out your waste and recycling containers, there are a few things you can do to ensure you're doing this as safely as possible:
    • If you're self-isolating and feeling unwell, double-bag your personal waste (such as tissues) and put aside for at least 72 hours (3 days) before putting them out for collection.
    • If you're self-isolating and feeling unwell, put your recycling aside for at least 72 hours (3 days) before presenting it for collection. If this means you miss a collection then please store your recycling and present on your next recycling collection date.
    • Do not put tissues into your recycling as they cannot be recycled.
    • Put your refuse and recycling out the evening before your collection is due, as collection times may change during this period.
    • Wash your hands thoroughly after handling your bins, boxes and bags.
    • Keep your distance when our workers are collecting your waste and recycling.

Keep those in your household safe. Your refuse and recycling collection crews are critical workers, please keep them safe too.

For the latest information on COVID-19, please visit Public Health England

Say thank you to our crews

Last year we received an outpouring of support for our collection crews who continued to work during these difficult times.

We have produced a fun colouring sheet that you can download, print out, colour in and stick in your window or on your bin to show your appreciation and support to our crews.

Further information