Dix Pit is closed on 23 and 24 November.
Dix Pit household waste recycling centre
Linch Hill, Stanton Harcourt, OX29 5BB (Sat nav use OX29 5UX)
|Monday||8am - 5pm|
|Tuesday||8am - 5pm|
|Wednesday||8am - 5pm|
|Thursday||8am - 5pm (8am - 8pm April to September)|
|Friday||8am - 5pm|
|Saturday||8am - 5pm|
|Sunday||8am - 5pm|
Bank holidays - normal opening hours except for Christmas and New Year.
Booking is not required.
When there are long waiting times staff may close the queue earlier than the advertised closing time based on an assessment of the queuing time.
Visiting a recycling centre
Read what to expect when you visit including charges and changes to site rules.
The waste recycling centres accept a wide range of household recyclables and waste free of charge.
However, there is a small charge for non-household waste (DIY). Payment can be made by cash or card. See the price list on our charging for non-household waste (DIY) page.
Commercial and trade waste
We cannot accept waste from commercial premises or businesses at any of our sites except the Redbridge household waste recycling centre.
This scheme is currently on hold due to COVID-19. Please check back for any updates.
Prior to COVID-19, we were working with FCC Environment, who manage the Dix Pit recycling centre, to trial a reuse scheme to reduce waste going for disposal and keeping things in use for longer.
This was saving reusable items, such as furniture, musical instruments, toys and household goods which were then taken to an auction house by FCC Environment. No items were sold on-site.
Types of waste this site accepts
If your household item does not appear in this list, use the Waste Wizard tool. The wizard can tell you how to repair, reuse or recycle it or which bin you could use at home.
- Bikes and tyres
- Bulky items
- Car/Household batteries
- Engine and cooking oil
- Fluorescent tubes
- Fridges and freezers
- Gas bottles
- General waste
- Glass bottles
- Green waste
- Hard plastics, e.g. buckets, pet beds and toys
- Household and Garden chemicals
- Large electrical appliances
- Low-energy light bulbs
- Water-based emulsions - please harden and place in the residual skip
- Solvent-based - do not need to be hardened and should be placed in the chemical store
- If in doubt, ask a member of the site team
- Small electrical appliances
- Soft plastics, e.g. bottles, tubs and trays
- Textiles and clothes
- TV and monitors