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Lutterworth Waste Site

Photo of Lutterworth RHWS
Moorbarns Lane, Lutterworth, Leics. LE17 4QJ
Winter opening times
October 1st to March 31st
Open five days a week  (Please see the Recycling & Household Waste Sites page for details of which days this site is closed)
9.00am to 4.00pm (Last entry 5 minutes before closing)
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day

Summer opening times
April 1st  to September 30th
Open seven days a week
9.00am to 7.00pm (Last entry 5 minutes before closing)
This site will be closed every Tuesday & Wednesday during the winter months, with the exception of the 23rd and 24th December 2014 when the site will be open.
Please be aware that vehicles are allowed access to the site up to 5 minutes before closing time and all vehicles must be off-site by closing time.
Vans, commercial type vehicles (including pickup trucks) and trailers over 4’-6” are restricted on the sites. Drivers of these vehicles require a permit before visiting the site.
This site has two main roads nearby, the A5 and M1.  There is only one route to the site as it is located on a dead end road.
If approaching from the M1 leave at junction 20 and head along the A4303.  Turn onto the A426 towards Lutterworth at the next roundabout.  From the A426 turn left onto Stoney Hollow, go straight on at roundabout (passing John Wycliffe Primary School on the left and Lutterworth High School on the right) which leads to Moorbarns Lane.  Carry on over the A4303 and the site is accessed from the first turning on the right, on an unamed access road.
From the A5 turn off at the A4303 roundabout onto Coventry Road, go straight over two roundabouts, at the third turn left onto the A426 towards Lutterworth and follow directions above.
Location map for Lutterworth RHWS

This site recycles:

plastic bottles plastics  scrap metal food and drink tins and cans clothes and textiles shoes garden waste cardboard paper glass bottles and jars household batteries fridges & freezers fluorescent tubes low energy bulb mobile phones small electrical appliances white goods tvs & monitors car batteries engine oil chipboard wood cooking oil food and drink cartons plasterboard spectacles icon
Ever wondered what happens to your waste and recycling?  Click on any image to find out.
Did you know that all types of household electrical items can be recycled?  Find out more information at  This site features all you need to know about recycling electrical items, including which retailers are taking part in the "take back" scheme.
Aluminium and steel food and drink cans can be deposited in the scrap metal container for recycling.
We also accept pre-sorted household waste that contains no materials that can be recycled.  If you are using a van of any type or a trailer over 4'6" in length (from the front board to the back board) you will need to obtain a permit to tip.
non-recyclable household waste
Construction and demolition waste can be deposited in small amounts, follow link for more information
hardcore and rubble

Page Last Updated: 23 November 2015