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Household Recycling Centres - recycling mattresses


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You can recycle up to two mattresses a year at our Household Recycling Centre
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You can dispose of two mattresses per year by taking them to: 

Mochdre Household Recycling Centre
Bron-y-Nant Road
Mochdre
LL28 4YL

and

Gofer Household Recycling Centre
Rhuddlan Road
St George
Abergele
LL22 9SE

The opening hours are:

 DaySummer
(1st April to 31st October)
Winter
(1st November to 31st March)
Monday to Saturday 09:00-17:00 09:00-16:00
Sunday 09:00-16:00 09:00-16:00


Christmas and New Year

The Mochdre Household Recycling Centre are closed on:

The Household Recycling Centres are closed on:

  • Christmas Day (25th December)
  • Boxing Day (26th December)
  • New Year’s Day (1st January)

Longer opening times: The Household Recycling Centres are open from 09:00 to 17:00 from 27th December to 31st December.

Normal opening hours (winter) resume on 2nd January.

Bank Holiday Weekends

Apart from Christmas and New Year, there are no changes to Household Recycling Centre opening hours for other bank holidays or public holidays such as Easter and August bank holiday.

Important: If the household recycling facilities are closed, please do not leave mattresses outside the entrance. This is classed as illegal fly-tipping, which the Council takes very seriously.

The entrance to the household recycling facilities are equipped with CCTV cameras and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology. These will be used in evidence against any offenders who illegally fly-tip.

Fly-tipping can lead to fines of up to £50,000 and even a prison sentence.

 

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