Regis Road Reuse and Recycling Centre is open:
Monday to Sunday: 8am to 3.45pm
Regis Road Reuse and Recycling Centre is closed on the following dates:
25 December, 26 December and 1 January.
From 30 January 2016 a 1.85m height restriction barrier will be in use on site. The height barrier will be opened for cars above this height, along with vans booked in as per the van procedure.
020 3620 4026
The RRC is for the use of residents only for the disposal of household waste. Commercial, trade or industrial waste is not permitted.
Businesses and traders have a duty of care under Section 34 of the Environmental Protection Act, 1990, to dispose of their waste and recycling in a legal and proper manner. Businesses should contact the Environment Agency for further information. Van policy
North London residents can take a van to Regis Road RRC on any day of the week. Each household can take a van to an RRC up to five times a year.
If you want to take a van to an RRC you must give 24 hours notice and take proof of residency and a form of identification (ID). Pedestrian access
Pedestrian access is available to the site.
Any household waste which is not recyclable or suitable for re-use should be placed in the container marked 'General Waste'.
Soil and rubble policy
Each north London household can take up to six standard rubble sacks of soil and six standard rubble sacks of rubble to Regis Road RRC each month. A standard rubble sack is 20” by 30” sack or equivalent.
Trade (commercial) waste is not accepted at any of our RRCs, however there are some local facilities that do accept trade waste, which you can find a list of here
Please note that this list has been provided in good faith, but should not be taken as exhaustive or as an endorsement of the companies listed. Furniture reuse
Furniture provided at this RRC goes to the Second Time Around reuse shop, located within the Kings Road Reuse and Recycling Centre,
Waltham Forest, where they are inspected and safety checked. Items in the shop are priced affordably offering residents the opportunity to get an item they need or want for a fraction of the cost they would do if purchased new.
Furniture such as upholstered furniture without a fire label, with missing parts, damage that may make the item unsafe or which fail the quality inspection for any other reason will not be accepted at the shop, but will be sent for recycling where possible.
Bicycle reuse scheme operating at this RRC
We currently have a bicycle reuse scheme in operation with Recycle your Cycle. Recycle your Cycle work with the UK prison service to provide training in the refurbishment of bicycles. Bicycles are then sold on through charity shops across the country (and also in the Reuse Shop Second Time Around).
Please note that any bicycles set aside at the RRC's which are not suitable for reuse are recycled.
Asbestos, household chemicals, tyres and gas bottles are not accepted at this site. Asbestos is accepted at Hornsey Street RRC in Islington. You must pre-book with the site if you are planning to drop off asbestos. Full details can be found on the Hornsey Street RRC information page. Alternatively a free asbestos collection can be ordered from the City of London - please see below for details.
The City of London provides a free hazardous waste collection service for residents in north London. For advice on hazardous waste such as household and garden chemicals please contact the City of London on 020 7 332 3433 or visit their household hazardous waste webpage.
Please note that Islington residents need to contact the London Borough of Islington to arrange a collection of hazardous waste from the City of London, but residents of other boroughs can contact the City directly.
Unwanted paint: To dispose of paint please contact the City of London on 020 7332 3433 or visit their household waste - hazardous waste webpage to organise a collection. Alternatively, some types of paint can be brought to this site for reuse through the Community Repaint scheme. Please see our paint reuse page for further details.
Between April 2015 – March 2016
this site achieved a recycling rate of 74%.