We are now open to commercial account holders Monday-Friday 7am-9am and 3:30pm-5:30pm (Last admittance 5pm)
Account holders will need to provide the following:
We will supply an annual waste transfer note to eliminate onsite payment transactions to minimise contact between our staff and customers.
Please be aware that we are not able to accept any hazardous wastes at present (wastes denoted with a * on the price list) as these wastes cannot be covered on an annual waste transfer note.
For further details or to apply for an account please contact us
Swindon Household Recycling Centre
Cheney Manor Industrial Estate
Open - 1 April to 31 October
8.00am to 5.00pm
(Monday, Tuesday and Friday) and 8am to 8pm (Thursday)
Open - 1 November to 31 March
8.00am to 4.00pm
(Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday)
Every Wednesday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day.
Commercial waste can be defined as waste which results from a business and its operations (see Defra for more information). This includes refuse from gardening and building work carried out on a domestic property, if the person carrying out the work is not the homeowner.
We are fully permitted to accept a multitude of wastes from commercial outlets and pride ourselves on our ability to maintain consistently high recycling rates most of which is achieved at the point of acceptance.
At present, we recycle, treat or compost more than 97% of waste received.
On your arrival, you will be greeted by one of our team who will inspect all documentation and waste for disposal. Once your waste has been weighed and accepted onto site you will be directed to our transfer station where staff will advise you of the areas where each waste stream should be deposited.
You must be registered as a waste carrier, broker or dealer to use our commercial waste services and anyone wishing to dispose of commercial waste will be required to produce the following:
Waste Transfer Notes must be completed by you the carrier/producer of the waste prior to your arrival onsite.
Us the receiver of the waste prior to any waste being unloaded, each party must retain a copy for their records.
Please note that these are legal requirements for the carriage and transfer of waste and anyone unable to produce the required documentation will be unable to access commercial waste services.
To register as a waste carrier, broker or dealer visit
PPS is committed to promoting a safe and healthy workplace culture, and will not tolerate violence of any kind. The Health and Safety Executive has defined violence at work to be any incident in which a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to their work.
Violence and aggression towards PPS staff and other site users is unacceptable. Staff have the right to expect a safe and secure workplace, and PPS has a legal and ethical duty to do their utmost to prevent staff from being assaulted or abused in the course of their work.
PPS expects those accessing our services and premises to treat staff and other users with the courtesy and respect that they would expect to receive themselves.
PPS will not tolerate violence, physical aggression or verbal abuse towards our staff or other users and will support the prosecution of anyone who behaves in this manner.
Failure to comply with any of the above-mentioned terms and conditions or any behaviours deemed unacceptable by Public Power Solutions will result in you being asked to leave the site and consequently you may be prevented from returning.
Should you require any further information regarding the transfer or carriage of waste please contact your local Environment Agency Officer.