Bring Sites

Please check what items can be accepted at each site before visiting.

Peace Memorial Hall car park

  • textiles and shoes
  • cartons (including Tetra Paks)
  • paper containers with metal ends (no lids)

Lower Shott car park

  • cartons (including Tetra Paks)
  • paper containers with metal ends (no lids)
  • textiles
  • shoes
  • electronic equipment (WEEE)

Reigate Road car park (behind the Sports Centre)

  • textiles
  • shoes
  • WEEE
  • cartons (including Tetra Paks)
  • paper containers with metal ends (no lids)

Randalls Road car park

  • textiles
  • shoes
  • WEEE
  • cartons (including Tetra Paks)
  • paper containers with metal ends (no lids)

Village Hall car park

  • textiles

Items for textile banks can either be placed straight into the container (i.e. without a bag) or in standard sized carrier bags.

Refuse sacks must not be used – they are unlikely to fit through the openings of the textile banks or if they do, will often block the chutes, thus making the banks difficult to use.

Please keep shoes paired together, e.g. by tying the laces together, using string or elastic bands, or using a standard sized carrier bag.

Third party recycling sites

A search tool on Recycle Now is available, to help users find recycling collection points at other sites, such as supermarkets.

Plastic Free Bookham have produced a search tool, to make it easier for residents to find out what can be recycled and where.

Terracycle schemes – for hard to recycle items

Items such as:

  • crisp, biscuit and popcorn packets
  • bread bags
  • pet food pouches
  • home hygiene products
  • ring carriers
  • certain types of coffee pods

Tadworth Terracycle collect items for multiple schemes via a number of drop-off points, including locations in Leatherhead and Headley. Money raised from collections is donated to the Alzheimer’s Society, RSPCA and several other charities.

Terracyle recycling for West Ashtead School also collect for multiple schemes and have drop-off points in Leatherhead, Ashtead, Fetcham and Dorking. Any money raised is donated to West Ashtead School.

Other schemes

Recorked UK is the UK’s leading natural wine cork recycling program. Corks can be posted or taken to a public donation point.

Nespresso now offer several options to facilitate the recycling of coffee pods.