Coronavirus update

To help enforce the UK government’s instruction for residents to stay at home, Denbigh, Rhyl and Ruthin recycling and waste parks have closed until further notice. Travelling to these sites to dispose of waste is not a valid reason to leave your homes. Employees at these sites will be re-trained ready for redeployment to support our key waste collection kerbside services for recylcing (blue bin), food waste and residual (black bin) waste.

Please retain your bulky waste, DIY waste, electrical items and garden waste at your property. Please do not put out this waste for collection on your usual bin day as we will not be able to collect it. If you discover hazardous waste at your property during a DIY project, such as asbestos, please contact us immediately for advice and to arrange it’s removal.

Latest news about our services and advice on the Coronavirus

Rhyl recycling and waste park

Marsh Road
Rhyl
LL18 2AD

Only Denbighshire residents can use this recycling park

You will need to provide proof that you are a Denbighshire resident (e.g. drivers licence or utility bill) to use this recycling park.

Non Denbighshire residents will not be permitted entry.

Opening times

10am-6pm, 7 days a week

Closed 25th, 26th December and 1st January

Occasionally, we have to close Marsh Road during high winds. If closed, we will add a notice to the top of this page.

Disposal available

Non-recyclable waste Household hazardous waste
Asbestos (limited amount)  

Recycling available

  Aerosol cans   Aluminium foil   Batteries
  Bric-a-Brac   Cans   Cardboard
  Computer monitors   Computers   Electrical waste
  Engine oil   Fluorescent tubes   Furniture
  Glass   Garden waste   Mobile telephones
  Paper   Plastic bottles   Soil & rubble
  Televisions   Textiles   Tyres
  White goods   Wood (no chipboard/MDF)  

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