Recycling Centre

Due to planned demolition works, Kirn Drive Recycling Centre is temporarily closed to the public.
A new Recycling Point has been constructed within Craigmuschat Quarry, replacing Broomberry Drive Neighbourhood Recycling Point.

Please note there are no facilities for the disposal of general waste at the Craigmuschat Recycling Point. General household waste can be disposed of at Pottery Street.

Please click on link to view/download list showing materials that can be recycled at Pottery Street Recycling Centre and Craigmuschat Recycling Point.

 

Pottery Street Recycling Centre (Cars and Vans)

Greenock, PA15 2UH
(suitable for Householders and Commercial Operators)

Opening hours:  
April - September   October - March
Mon-Fri   8am - 8.30pm Mon-Sun   8am - 6pm
Sat-Sun    8am - 7.30pm  
Please Note: Householders intending to use a van or trailer to dispose of household waste  should contact our Customer Service Centre to arrange admission to Pottery Street Recycling Centre. Van owners wishing to use the site at the weekend should book the vehicle in on Friday before 3.30pm.Last entry is 10 minutes prior to closing time.

Kirn Drive Recycling Centre

Due to planned demolition works, Kirn Drive Recycling Centre is temporarily closed to the public. 
A new Recycling Point has been constructed within Craigmuschat Quarry, replacing Broomberry Drive Neighbourhood Recycling Point.
Please click on link to view/download details regarding the removal of recycling facilities from Kirn Drive and information on new Recycling Point at Craigmuschat Quarry.
Please note there are no facilities for the disposal of general waste at the Craigmuschat Recycling Point. General household waste can be disposed of at Pottery Street.
Please click on link to view/download list showing materials that can be recycled at Pottery Street Recycling Cente and Craigmuschat Recycling Point.

Click on the external link to view a Google Map showing the locations of the location of Neighbourhood Recycling Points throughout the district and what can be recycled at each site.

Page last updated: 10 July 2019