Booking a slot at a recycling centre
We’ve reopened some of our recycling centres for essential use.
You must book a slot to visit a centre. We’ll check your car registration and if you haven’t booked a slot you will be refused entry.
What you can bring to the centre
You should only bring waste to a site if it cannot be stored safely at home and you cannot dispose of it in any other way.
We will only accept items that could:
- cause you harm to store at your home
- cause a fire risk
- attract vermin
We are accepting commercial waste at our Kirkstall site at the moment. You do not need to make a booking.
We are planning to reopen all our sites. At the moment we’ve opened:
We are working hard to reopen the other sites as soon as possible. We hope that our Wetherby (Thorpe Arch) and Yeadon sites will be able to take bookings next week. Keep checking back here for updates.
Rules for visiting during the lockdown
We’ve introduced rules to protect the public and our staff. You must:
- use the car you booked with
- be a Leeds resident
- not bring a trailer or a van (cars only)
- not bring anyone else with you (unless you have a blue badge)
- keep your car windows closed
- stay 2 metres apart from other people
- not leave your car until parked in a bay
Our staff will not be able to help you dispose of your waste.
The booking Link for the Waste Disposal Centres which reopen from Monday 11th May 2020
Don’t forget to bring your Leeds Resident Permit with you when you visit one of our household waste recycling centres. You could be refused entry if you do not have a permit.
Message from Katie Dye, David Jenkins and Paul Drinkwater, Labour Councillors for Killingbeck and Seacroft.