Stanton St Quintin Household Recycling Centre
Please note - Stanton St Quintin is closed on Thursday during the summer.
Sutton Benger Road, Chippenham, SN14 6BD
Operated by FCC Environment on behalf of Wiltshire Council.
Important information for all users
From 9 April 2018, you may be asked to provide a proof of address in order to use the household recycling centre.
Acceptable examples include:
•Council tax bill
•Utility bill (either a printed or an electronic version is acceptable)
•Your van and large trailer permit, if you are visiting the site in one of these
For more information please download the FAQs.
Stanton St Quintin Household Recycling Centre is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the summer.
It is open between 9am to 4pm during the summer (1 April to 31 October) and 10am to 4pm during the winter (1 November to 31 March).
Generally the centre is particularly busy in the mornings and the day following the weekday closures. Weekends can also be busy.
Please note that the sites are also particularly busy over Bank Holiday weekends.
•Appliances (large and small)
•Cans (food, drink)
•Car parts (drained of any fluids)
•CDs and DVDs
•Chemicals (household and garden)
•Clothes and textiles
•Computers and monitors
•Cooking oil (used, domestic)
•Engine oil (used)
•Fluorescent light tubes
•Food and drink cartons (including Tetrapaks)
•Fridges and freezers
•Glass (clear, mixed, coloured)
•Hardcore and rubble
•Household waste (excess)
•Low energy light bulbs
•Paint - oil based
•Paint - water based
•Paper (including newspapers and magazines)
•Plastics including packaging and rigid plastics (but no films, wrappers or plastic bags)
•Wood and timber
If you have items that you think are reusable, please do not take these to the household recycling centres. Instead visit our Large Item Reuse and Collection page for information on various reuse options in Wiltshire. Alternatively, you may be able to take other items to your local reuse charity or charity shop.
We are currently working with the Repair Academy to trial collecting and reusing unwanted household goods from the Household Recycling Centres. Staff at household recycling centres identify suitable furniture, bric-a-brac and white goods for donation to the Repair Academy.