Leicestershire County Council (LCC) run the fourteen Recycling & Household Waste Sites across the county and are in charge of waste treatment and disposal.
Kerbside recycling and waste services are run by district and borough councils. To find out more about the kerbside services where you live, click on your district using the links to the left. If unsure about the authority you fall under, use our interactive map on the Home page.
LCC is a member of the Leicestershire Waste Partnership.
Residents of Leicestershire are able to use any of the fourteen RHWS in the county. Commonly known as 'the tip' or as a 'CA Site', the RHWS provide residents with somewhere to take unwanted waste to be recycled, composted or disposed.
RHWS opening times
Summer opening times are 9.00am to 7.00pm from April 1st to September 30th with sites open seven days a week
Where to find them
The table below lists the sites and their address. If you need any further information, such as the materials recycled at each site and the opening hours, please click on the appropriate link below, or click here to see a map view (links will take you to the County Council website).
|Barwell||Stapleton Lane, Barwell, Leics. LE9 8HE|
|Bottesford||Normanton Lane, Bottesford, Leics. NG13 0EL|
|Coalville||Linden Way, LE67 3JY|
|Kibworth||Harborough Road (A6), Kibworth, Leics. LE8 0RB|
|Loughborough||Railway Terrace, Loughborough, Leics. LE11 1HW|
|Lount||Nottingham Road (A453), Lount, Leics. LE65 1SD|
|Lutterworth||Moorbarns Lane, LE17 4JD|
|Market Harborough||Riverside Industrial Estate, Market Harborough, Leics. LE16 7PT|
|Melton Mowbray||Lake Terrace, Melton Mowbray, Leics. LE13 0BZ|
|Mountsorrel||Granite Way, Mountsorrel, Leics, LE12 7TZ|
|Oadby||Wigston Road, Oadby, Leicester, Leics. LE2 5JE|
|Shepshed||Hathern Road, Shepshed, Leics. LE12 9RP|
|Somerby||Knossington Road, LE14 2QP|
|Whetstone||Enderby Road, Whetstone, Leicester, Leics. LE8 6HZ|
Leicestershire already recycles and composts over half of its household waste, and has even higher targets. However, there will always be a small amount left over which needs to be dealt with. Visit our treatment page for more information.
If you would like to contact the County Council, please use the details below: