Household waste not collected as part of the kerbside recycling service can be sorted and taken to our Household Waste and Recycling Centres.
To use these facilities, you must be a resident of Neath Port Talbot and be recycling or disposing your own household waste. Trade or commercial waste is not accepted. See Commercial Waste for more information.
These centres are for HOUSEHOLDERS ONLY and not for contractors/trade use.
If you wish use a van or similar or trailer with more than one axle to take domestic waste from your household to one of the Household Waste and Recycling Centres in Neath Port Talbot then you need will need a permit. To find out more information look at the Householder Permit system.
Building Type Waste
There is a charge to dispose of building-type waste. Small amounts of waste of up to the equivalent of 3 sacks per week (Monday to Sunday - equivalent size of a typical household black bag), per household will be allowed to be disposed of free of charge at any of the sites - not including asbestos.
Larger loads will have to be taken to the site located in Briton Ferry Industrial Estate, and paid for as per the charging schedule below:
|| Rate from April 2018
|Building rubble only
||£24.25 per tonne
|Mixed building rubble
(containing stones, wood, ceramic items etc.)
|£61.80 per tonne
|Ceramic Waste only
||£37 per tonne
||£24.25 per tonne
|Plaster and Plasterboard
||£132.60 per tonne
(asbestos sheets should be wrapped in polythene sheeting)
|£18.05 per sheet/item
(based on 8ft x 3ft sheets)
All prices include VAT
The weight of waste will be charged as follows (the upper limit of each weight band will be used to calculate the payment)
This does NOT include asbestos which will be charged per sheet / item.
- 0 to 100kgs
- 100 to 250 kgs
- 250 to 500 kgs
- 500 to 1,000 kgs
Any amount greater than 1,000 kgs will be charged at 500 kg increments.
The weighbridge and payment facilities (cheque or credit/debit card) will be available between 8.30am to 5.00pm Mondays to Fridays and 8.30am to 12.30pm Saturdays and Sundays