Earlswood community recycling centre to start accepting more types of waste
From Monday 1 June, residents will be able to take more types of waste to Earlswood community recycling centre (CRC) in Redhill.
From 1 June, the Earlswood CRC will accept:
The full list of what can be taken will be available on Monday 1 June or you can call 03456 009 009.
Unfortunately, the sites won’t be able to accept chargeable waste (soil, rubble, plasterboard or tyres), as staff are unable to safely take payments or process these items.
For the safety of staff and residents, visitors must maintain social distancing measures. There will be clearly marked walkways and limits on the number of people able to access the containers at any time.
As a limited number of people will be allowed in the centre it is likely queues will form outside the centre. Please only visit the CRC if it’s essential and you can’t store the items at home.
Please follow these steps to successfully dispose of your waste at the centre:
The CRCs in Caterham on the Hill and in Warlingham are not open because it isn’t possible to open these sites safely and ensure social distancing between visitors and staff. In addition, due to the size and location of both CRCs much longer queues could form on surrounding roads.