Household waste disposal sites
- Category: Rubbish and recycling
- Last Updated: 24 March 2017
This page shows the location of Household Waste and Recycling Centres and what may be recycled at the sites. This service is provided by North Yorkshire County Council and more information is available on their website.
Household Waste and Recycling Centres are closed each Wednesday and on 25 and 26 December and 1 January.
Where are the sites?
- Corner of Pasture Lane/Showfield Lane, Malton.
- Caulklands Quarry, Thornton le Dale.
- Wombleton (just off A170).
- Seamer Carr (near Morrisons supermarket in Scarborough Borough Council area but available for residents of Sherburn and Staxton areas).
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The opening times (from 1 April 2016) for all sites are:
April to September 8.30 am - 5.00 pm
October to March 8.30 am - 4.00 pm
All the sites are open every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday apart from when those days fall on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Used engine oil can be disposed of at the Malton and Thornton le Dale sites only.
Asbestos may be disposed of at the Malton site. It must be bagged in two layers of plastic and securely sealed/taped. We advise you to contact the site before you take asbestos to ensure that there is enough space and there is someone there to assist you. Tel (01653) 699267.
North Yorkshire County Council provides the civic amenity sites, known as Household Waste Recycling Centres, which may be used by local residents (usually free of charge) and businesses (usually charged). The sites provide facilities for the collection and recycling of all household and garden waste, other than anything which may be considered as hazardous and requiring special treatment. They may also be known as the tip, dump, civic amenity site, household waste site.
Residents are charged for the disposal of hardcore, rubble and plasterboard delivered to household waste recycling centres in North Yorkshire. Waste created from improvements, repairs and alterations to a home or domestic property is not household waste and there is no legal duty to accept it.
Most of this type of waste is hardcore and rubble, including breeze blocks, bricks, ceramics (e.g. sinks and toilets), concrete, flag stones, gravel, hardcore, pottery, rubble, sand, slates, soil, stones, tarmac, tiles, window glass or plasterboard. The list of charges is available on the County Council's website.
The restrictions on the amount of hardcore and rubble that can be brought onto site have been removed.
Household waste and recyclable items are not affected and will not be charged.