Refuse and Recycling

Our normal collection day is FRIDAY. The only changes to the regular day will be over the Christmas period. Landfill bins (black) and recycling bins (blue) are emptied on alternate weeks.

Refuse and recycling collections are the responsibility of Mid Sussex District Council.
Click here for more information.
Click here to see what you can put in your recycling (blue) bin.

For more information:
• E-mail wastematters@midsussex.gov.uk
• Telephone 01444 477440
• Write to: Cleansing Services, Mid Sussex District Council, Oaklands, Haywards Heath, West Sussex. RH16 1SS


Civic Amenity Refuse Collection: This is organised by the Village Council twice a year for the benefit of residents. The next collection will be in April 2019 (date to be advised). Collections take place from 10 am until 12 noon at the Village Centre car park. This is for household waste only – no trade or builders or garden waste allowed.

FLY-TIPPING:   Please report any incidents to the Parish Council Office.  Fly-tipping is a criminal offence and carries a fine of £1000.

You can also report fly-tipping here to Mid Sussex District Council


East Grinstead Household Waste Recycling site

The West Sussex County Council site at Imberhorne Lane will be CLOSED on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and open from Thursdays to Mondays, 10 am – 7 pm in summer and 10 am – 5 pm in winter.

Charges now apply for the disposal of tyres from domestic vehicles. Click here for details.
Charges were previously introduced for the disposal of items considered to be household DIY waste, however these charges have now been suspended pending a review of Government guidance.

As of 1st October 2018  householders in West Sussex who use a van, pickup or single axle trailer for private purposes will need to obtain a free permit. The permit is available to West Sussex residents only and allows those who drive a commercial-type vehicle or have a trailer to continue to use it to dispose of just their household waste. The scheme does not cover waste generated by a business or household waste that has been collected by a trader for a charge.
The permits are being introduced to help address congestion at the sites, eliminate illegal disposal of commercial waste and discourage out-of-county visitors from bringing in large loads.
As well as the new permit scheme, some vehicles will no longer be allowed to use Household Waste Recycling Sites. Restricted vehicles include:
• multi axle trailers (four wheels),
• horse boxes,
• tipper trucks,
• flatbed or dropside trucks,
• Luton (box) type vans.

Please visit www.westsussex.gov.uk/permitscheme to find out more.

Forest Row Household Waste Recycling Site
The Forest Row household waste recycling site closed permanently on the 1st October 2018.
The nearest East Sussex household waste recycling sites to Forest Row are the Crowborough and Maresfield sites.

East Sussex sites have restrictions on some large vehicles and also charge for the disposal of soil, hardcore, plasterboard, bonded asbestos and tyres.

Click here for more information about sites in East Sussex.