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Waste and recycling centres

Site opening hours are available here:

Carluke Waste and Recycling Centre booking system

From Monday 28 February 2022, you will need to have booked a slot to dispose of household waste at this site. You can book online from our Carluke Waste and Recycling Centre page or by calling 0303 123 1020.

Smoking

Smoking on site is strictly prohibited and can result in fire and risk to the public and site staff's health.

Gypsum, plasterboard, and asbestos

We work with Biffa to get the most out of your general household (non-recyclable) waste through energy recovery. These facilities are not designed to treat gypsum, plasterboard, and asbestos, which require specialist disposal. We do accept gypsum and plasterboard in special skips at all of our household waste and recycling centres. However, asbestos is a hazardous material and can only be disposed of at East Kilbride Waste and Recycling Centre. See our Hazardous waste page for further information.

Household waste and recycling centres (civic amenity sites)

Please do not visit if you have symptoms of Covid-19 or are self-isolating. These sites are for the use of South Lanarkshire residents only.

Our sites will now accept household waste in cars and vans up to 3.5t in weight and vehicles with trailers. No tipper vehicles are allowed.

Waste produced by traders or other businesses is commercial waste and cannot be deposited at household waste recycling centres free of charge. Staff may inspect waste coming into the sites to ensure that it is not from a commercial source. Commercial waste can be disposed of at East Kilbride, Rutherglen, and Blantyre sites 7 days a week, and from 8am to 2pm Monday to Friday at our Carluke site. Disposal of commercial waste is subject to a charge

Charities remain able to dispose of recyclable waste including metal, wood, cardboard, and textiles (in the textile banks provided). Domestic waste and bulky items from charities are not currently accepted at these sites.

To keep site users and staff safe, there will be a number of temporary changes to the arrangements that were in place before the sites were closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

These are:

  • only visit the site if you have no Covid-19 symptoms
  • access is for South Lanarkshire residents only - please bring proof of address
  • there will be a queuing system and a limited number of vehicles will be allowed inside at a time
  • once parked, only two people from the same household can exit each car
  • maintain physical distancing and take instructions from site staff regarding disposal
  • staff will not be able to help you unload
  • last entry 15 minutes before closing

We are all in this together – so please don’t make your rubbish your neighbours’ problem. Remember that fly-tipping is a criminal offence that carries substantial fines.