Frizlands Lane Reuse and Recycling Centre

Important information: You must bring proof of identity when you visit a reuse and recycling centre - either a driving license with current address or a recent council tax bill. If you do not bring valid proof of identification, charges may apply.

Contact number:
0800 389 9918

Public Opening hours:
07:30 – 16:30 Monday - Sunday 
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day

Trade Waste Hours:
07:30 – 16:00 Monday – Sunday
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day

Frizlands Lane RRC is not actually in Frizlands Lane, it is in Rainham Road North. The entrance is on the left of Rainham Road North and is close to the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Civic Centre.

Your nearest RRC:
Frizlands Lane Reuse and Recycling Centre (RRC) is in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. See map below, or click here for RRCs in Havering, Newham and Redbridge.

There are three categories of waste that can be taken to the Reuse and Recycling Centre:

It is free of charge for residents of (host borough plus the others) to deposit household waste on site in reasonable amounts. Please ensure you bring either a council tax bill or a driving licence as proof of address - no other documentation will be accepted.

Please note
that any waste from building, renovation or DIY work is not classed as household waste. You will need to get permission from Barking and Dagenham Council before taking it to the RRC.

Trade waste includes anything not from a household, whether or not for profit. Whilst it is free to dispose of household waste, any waste that is not from your house or has been produced through the activities of a business will be subject to charges.

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Materials we accept for reuse and recycling:

     Aluminium foil  Food and drinks cans  Scrap metal
     Car batteries  Tyres  Used engine oil
     Paint  Cardboard  Paper
     Yellow Pages  Ceramics  Glass bottles and jars
     Garden waste  Hardcore and rubble  Soil and sand
     Wood and timber  Shoes and textiles  Tetra Pak waxed cartons
     Hard plastics  Plastic bottles
     Fridges and freezers
     Electrical items
     Fluorescent tubes
     Washing machines
    Televisions and monitors
     Cooking oil
     Printer cartridges

    Staying safe on site:

    1. If you need help, please ask our staff.
    2. Wear strong shoes and suitable clothing.
    3. Remember the speed limit on site is strictly 5 miles per hour.
    4. Be careful when walking around site, particularly when carrying things.
    5. Please ensure children and pets stay in the car when you are loading.
    6. Please wrap up sharp items very carefully and wear gloves when carrying them.
    7. Please use the steps provided and do not throw things into the containers from lower levels.
    We will not tolerate violent and threatening behaviour towards our staff. We will call the police and ban offenders from the RRC.

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