Waste and Recycling in Hampshire
Food and garden waste: your views wanted
Hampshire County Council wants to hear from you about what you do with food and garden waste in your home.The amount of household waste thrown away in Hampshire is increasing. Your answers will help our approach in reducing this.
The survey should take around 10 minutes to complete. As a thank you for taking part, you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win £100 of leisure vouchers to spend on a special day out, a short break or a nice meal. The survey will be open until the end of April 2015.
Opening times are changing at recycling centres
From 1 April 2015 opening times at Hampshire’s household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) will change to reflect peak usage.
The new opening hours will be:
*Efford HWRC will continue to close at 4.30pm during Spring and Summer in line with the site’s planning conditions.
In selecting the revised opening hours, a balance has been sought between delivering cost savings to the County Council at a time of severe financial constraints, and maintaining a valuable service to householders.
What do I do with...?
Choose a waste material from the drop-down list to view relevant recycling information.
Directions, opening times and what you can take
Collections of waste and recycling
Collections from your home are provided by your local council
Find out more about recycling and disposal of business waste
New improved online application form launched
A new and improved application form for HWRC permits has been launched. The new form is easier to use and will result in quicker processing. Please note, permits are valid for commercial-type vehicles and trailers only.
Apply for a permit