Waste upholstered domestic seating.
We can accept this at all nine of our Household Recycling Centres.
When you attend one of our sites, please ask site staff for advice as to where to dispose of these items.
Avoid causing fires by safely disposing of batteries. Find out why this is important and what happens when a battery explodes on our Battery disposal page.
It's no longer necessary to book to attend any of Cambridgeshire’s Household Recycling Centres.
From 1 April until 31 October 2023, all Household Recycling Centres are now open for longer – please see your nearest centre for specific opening times.
Vehicles and trailers requiring e-permits must still have these in place before visiting sites.
Coronavirus measures update
The following measures remain in place to protect visitors and staff and reduce the risks of temporary site closures due to Covid-related staff absences:
- Do not attend if you are unwell with Covid symptoms. Please help us to protect other site users and staff by staying at home.
- Do not bring to site any waste that might be infected with Covid - you should double wrap any Covid waste in plastic bags, store for 72 hours and then put out for general household refuse collection.
- Site staff cannot help with the removal of items from vehicles - if you need assistance, please deposit materials as directed for removal by site staff after your departure.
- We continue to provide sanitising gel for use on arrival and departure.