Updated 15 May 2020
Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) are now open for essential use, you will need to book a slot before visiting.
Find your nearest Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC), when it's open and what you can and can't bring.
Find out about the current restrictions for visiting a HWRC during coronavirus.
Tell us what you want to get rid of and we'll tell you how.
Find out which vehicles can enter household waste tips and apply for vehicle vouchers.
Check you're doing all you can to reduce, reuse and recycle your household waste to avoid it going to landfill.
Find out about the HWRC charges on household waste items.
You must take your waste to a transfer station, permitted waste station or pay a licensed company to collect it.
Protect yourself from rogue waste collectors and traders by following our simple steps.
Find out more about the Kent Resource Partnership.
Check your district council’s website to find out when they collect your rubbish and recycling.
Report flytipping to your local district or borough council.
Find out how we set out our enforcement actions at our Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs).
Find out how we advise residents, businesses, groups, parish councils how we manage waste in Kent.
Find out about school recycling challenges such as WEEE and the Power Up To Recycling battery challenge.
Support the Great British Spring Clean by helping to clean up your neighbourhood.