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Do you need a permit?

Resident permits

Neston is the only recycling centre where you need a resident permit.  

All other recycling centres do not need a resident permit.

Apply for a Neston permit

You need a resident permit if you want to use the recycling centre at Neston, Clayhill Industrial Estate, because it is very close to the border with another council.

Before you apply

  • Permits can only be used by a permanent resident of the address displayed on the permit
  • Permits can only be used if the waste is from the address displayed on the permit
  • Permits must be produced on every visit to Neston recycling centre
  • Permits can only be used to dispose of waste classified as household waste by the Controlled Waste Regulations 2012
  • Permits cannot be used if the waste is being transported by a person or organisations who has a duty under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 Section 34 (1)
  • Permits cannot be used if the waste is being transported for the purpose of financial gain 
  • Your residents permit will be posted to you within five working days after the application is approved. 

Apply for a Neston permit

 

Charity permits

Charity permits are available for charities to take waste to Winsford or Ellesmere Port recycling centres.  More information and how to apply.

 

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