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A Guide To Taking Your Waste To Lincoln Recycling Centre

In this article, we have created a short guide for taking your waste to Lincoln recycling centre. Where to find it, what waste streams are accepted and what to do if you wish to visit.

If you don’t find the information you need here, but would like your waste collected and recycled in the next 24 to 48 hours. Click here to see what our Lincoln recycling team can do for you.

Lincoln Recycling Centre

Address: Great Northern Terrace, Lincoln LN5 8LG
Phone: 01522 782070
Opening Times

Open daily: 8:00 to 12:30 and 13.30 to 16:00
Closed: Wednesday & Thursday

Which waste types are accepted at Lincoln recycling centre?

Batteries, Books, Car batteries, Cardboard, Cooking oil, Fluorescent tubes/light bulbs, Food tins and drinks cans, Fridges and freezers, Garden waste, Gas bottles, Hardcore and rubble (one dustbin full per day), Household and garden chemicals, Mattresses, Mixed glass bottles and jars, Mixed textiles and clothes, Mobile phones, Paper, Plasterboard, Plastics, Printer cartridges, Scrap metal, Small appliances, Soil (one dustbin full per day), TVs and monitors, Used engine oil, Wood and timber, Household waste.

Which vehicles are not allowed at Lincoln recycling centre?

  • Any vehicle carrying commercial, business or trade waste.
  • Any vehicle which is more than 6 foot 6 inches high.
  • Flat-bed pick-ups.
  • Vans or trailers over 12ft x 6ft
  • Any van or trailer without a permit.

What are the site rules at Lincoln recycling centre?

You must take proof that you are a Lincolnshire resident and your booking confirmation.

Site staff will instruct you when it is time to unload your waste. Until then, remain in your car with the windows closed.

Unless exempt, you must wear a face mask and keep a 2-metre distance from other site users.

Only 2 people per household are allowed to leave their vehicle whilst visiting Lincoln recycling centre.

You must be capable of unloading your own waste as site staff are unable to provide assistance.

People who are unable to unload their own waste must be accompanied by a person who is able to help them.

There is no access to toilets or any facility other than waste disposal whilst on site.

There is zero tolerance on the abuse of site staff. They must be respected at all times and their instructions must be followed.
Need more help?

You can get an instant quote and book in with our Lincoln recycling team, online 24/7.

We will collect your waste from anywhere inside or outside the property. Meaning you don't need to lift a finger. And if your waste is accessible then you don't even need to be there.

Click here to book now and we will be with you within 24 to 48 hours.

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Tom Pickering

Tom Pickering is the Managing Director of Clearance and Clean Up. Tom has created a highly motivated and well trained team that can deal with multiple tasks in many different environments. Connect with Tom on LinkedIn >>
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