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Householders with vans, pick-ups and double axle trailers can now access recycling centres at Briton Ferry and Cymmer, but you must request a Van Permit when booking a time slot.

A permit is not required for cars, jeeps (4x4s), camper vans, family type mini buses, MPV's, single axle trailers, or hire vans, but you must still book a time slot.

You can pre-book two slots instead of one, on the same day or on different days.

View available slots for Briton Ferry

BRITON FERRYFriday, 24 September, 2021
BRITON FERRYSaturday, 25 September, 2021
BRITON FERRYSunday, 26 September, 2021
BRITON FERRYMonday, 27 September, 2021
BRITON FERRYTuesday, 28 September, 2021
BRITON FERRYWednesday, 29 September, 2021
BRITON FERRYThursday, 30 September, 2021

View available slots for Cymmer

CYMMERFriday, 24 September, 2021
CYMMERSaturday, 25 September, 2021
CYMMERSunday, 26 September, 2021
CYMMERMonday, 27 September, 2021
CYMMERTuesday, 28 September, 2021
CYMMERWednesday, 29 September, 2021
CYMMERThursday, 30 September, 2021
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Van permit

A permit is not required for cars, jeeps (4x4s), camper vans, family type mini buses, MPV's, single axle trailers or hire vans.
From 1st April residents are allowed a maximum of 12 permits per year for all vans, pick-up vehicles and double axle trailers.

Tipper/Flatbed vans and large 7.5t vans are not allowed on site.

Permits are valid for the booking slot and one permit equals one visit.
Mixed waste

From the 3rd August you will have to separate recyclable items from your black bags on site. Please follow the direction of the site operatives. To save time on site, please sort your waste before you arrive.

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