Troon Recycling Centre
Find the address of Troon Recycling Centre and the materials we accept.
Household waste recycling centre booking system
From the 4th July 2022 domestic residents and commercial business will require to register for an e-permit and make a booking before visiting this site.
Closed on a Monday all year. Opening times may be affected during the festive period.
April until September: 10am - 6pm
|Weekends and Bank Holidays
|10am - 4pm
Please note last vehicle entry is 15 minutes prior to closing time.
Troon Recycling Centre
Port Ranald Drive
Troon KA10 6DJ
Tel. 0300 123 0900
What can be recycled?
You can recycle the following:
- All Electronic and Electrical Equipment inc. Strip Lights
- Car Batteries/Engine Oil
- Domestic cooking oil
- Drinks Cans/Food Tins
- Garden waste
- Gas Cylinders (empty)
- Glass Bottles/Jars
- Plastics ( We can only recycle plastics that can also be placed in your blue bin. Find out more information on what to do with your plastics).
- Scrap metal
- Small Textiles (Clothes)/Shoes
- Water Based Paint
- Wood waste
Our Recycling Centres can't take paint where the tins or tubs still have liquid paint in them. You would need to contact a specialist waste contractor. We will take tins or tubs where they are completely dried out. If there's any residue you can either fill it with sand, or leave the lid off to dry it out.
Disposing of upholstered furniture
If you want to dispose of upholstered seating, you can bring the following upholstered items to our Troon household waste recycling centre. There is a dedicated container for these, and the items are passed to Cunninghame Furniture Recycling Company.
- electrical recliner chairs
- futons, bean bags, sofa cushions and floor cushions
- home office chairs
- kitchen and dining room chairs
- sofa beds
- stools and foot stools.
This list includes any part made of or containing leather, synthetic leather, other fabric, or foam. If you are unsure or have any queries check with a member of staff on site.
Once you arrive at Troon household waste recycling centre, place your items in the specific bin for upholstered seating. Ask our onsite staff if you are not sure where to go.
Many upholstered seating items are coated with a flame retardant containing persistent organic pollutants (or POPs). By keeping upholstered seating separate from other waste items, we can avoid contamination in the recycling process.
If your items are undamaged, in good condition and still have their fire safety labels, consider donating them to your local charity shop instead.
Safety and security
Troon Household Waste Recycling Centre staff operate Bodyworn CCTV for the purpose of Health and Safety to our staff and also members of the public. The information that may be recorded include Voice recordings, Images and Vehicle Registrations. The information gathered will only be used for the purpose of investigations and information will be held for 30 days in accordance with South Ayrshire Council Data Protection Law.
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