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Household Waste Recycling Centre

Household Waste Recycling Centre

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19):

    Derbyshire County Council household recycling centres are open; residents can now visit the centre any day of the week from Monday 3 August 2020.

    For more information on bin collections, recycling and waste services and how these may be affected by the Coronavirus outbreak, please visit the Coronavirus information hub.

Derbyshire County Council runs household waste recycling centres across the county.

They accept most types of household waste including excess bin waste, furniture, electrical appliances, fridges and freezers, green garden waste, carpets, paper, cardboard, glass containers, items from vehicle maintenance, oil, and small DIY jobs.


Chesterfield Household Waste Recycling Centre

The household waste recycling centre has now opened to all residents, any day of the week, 8.30am - 6pm, from Monday 3 August 2020.

The layout of the centre has been changed to allow more vehicles on site and to allow visitors to maintain social distancing whilst visiting and disposing of waste.

When visiting you should use protective gloves and suitable footwear to allow you to carry your own waste as no assistance can be given.  One person per vehicle should dispose of waste unless someone else is required to lift heavy items.

To find out more information about the Household Waste Recycling Centres, please visit Derbyshire County Council's website.


The Chesterfield centre is open from 8.30am to 6pm every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. It can be found just outside the town centre at Stonegravels:

Sheffield Road 
Chesterfield 
S41 7LF

Find out more and get directions to the Chesterfield Household Waste Recycling Centre.

There is also a site at Buttermilk Lane in Bolsover.

 


Last updated on 04 August 2020