Mangotsfield Sort It centre
Mangotsfield Sort It centre can be very busy during mornings and weekends. Try visiting this site later in the day to avoid the queues or use the Sort It centres at Thornbury and Yate, which usually have shorter waiting times during busy periods.
Please note: you may be asked to provide proof of residency. Always remember to bring photographic ID to prove your identity and a proof of address with your name on, to show you live in the area. If you cannot prove your identity and address then you may be turned away from the site.
All sites are open 8:30am to 4:30pm every day, apart from 25, 26 December 2017 and 1 January 2018. The site will be closed from 2:00pm on Sunday 24 December.
Carsons Road, Mangotsfield, Bristol, BS16 9LL
You can bring your household waste to the Sort It recycling centres. Please make sure you recycle the items below by putting them into the correct location at the site. If you are not sure whether an item can be recycled, check with a member of staff before putting into the non-recyclable section. We cannot accept any commercial or business waste.
What you can recycle
|Asbestos - maximum 6 doubled plastic wrapped sheets for each project|
|Batteries - car batteries, household (dry cell) batteries|
|Bric-a-brac for reuse for example, garden hand tools, furniture, crockery, bikes, etc|
|DVDs and CDs|
|Engine oil - 1 gallon (5 litres) each visit|
|Fire extinguishers – household sizes only|
|Fluorescent tubes and light bulbs|
|Food and drinks cans|
|Furniture - in reusable condition|
|Glass bottles and jars|
|Green garden waste except for invasive species such as Japanese Knotweed|
|Hardcore and rubble - maximum of six rubble sacks or equivalent boot load per month free of charge. Charges apply to larger loads|
|Hazardous chemicals such as poisons, pesticides, herbicides, wood preservatives, weed killer, photography chemicals, solvents, toxic paints and paint stripper. Check where to put these with a member of staff|
|Large electrical equipment such as cookers and washing machines|
|Plasterboard - maximum of 6 sheets or bags for each project|
|Refrigerators and freezers|
|Rigid plastics such as toys and garden furniture|
|Small electrical equipment such as kettles, irons, toasters|
|Soil - maximum of six bags or equivalent boot load per month|
|Televisions and computer monitors|
|Textiles and shoes (tied together in pairs)|
|Vehicle tyres – maximum of 4 per household each year|
|Wood including MDF, chipboard furniture, fencing and other treated wood|
|Wood including large logs and other untreated wood|