Camden Man and Van Hire
£25 per hour minimum 2 hour charge
This is for one man and van.
From single items to full house moves.
Call George on 07731807528
Alloageorge man and van

Promote Your Page Too
NW1
MAN
AND
VAN
NW5
MAN
AND
VAN
SALES@ALLOAGEORGE.COM
We take all household waste from mattresses to wood and mobile phones, apart from asbestos and
other similarly hazardous materials



Opening times and location

Regis Road Recycling Centre
Kentish Town
London NW5 3EW
Open every day 8:00am - 3:45pm.


The reception point for walk-in queries closed on 31 October 2011. On-site staff are available to answer
questions, or contact Regis Road Recycling Centre
what Camden council says about the regis road rubbish tip 2012
New materials can now be recycled at the site including:Plastic packaging: waxed food and drinks cartons, plastic bags, yoghurt pots, margarine tubs,
plastic food trays, plastic drinks bottles and other plastic bottles such as shampoo bottles.
Plasterboard/gypsum: gypsum blocks, virgin gypsum board cut-offs, complete boards or broken parts, gypsum ceilings, floors, walls etc. Nails and
screws in the plasterboard are allowed and wallpaper, glass tissue and other wall coverings on the boards are allowed.
Wood: please see criteria below
We are sorry to inform you that bags of compost are no longer available from Regis Road Recycling Centre. We are however looking for an alternative
supplier.
Frequently asked questions
What general household waste will the centre take?
We take all household waste from mattresses to wood and mobile phones apart from asbestos and other similarly hazardous materials.
The items that we accept for reuse and recycling are listed below. Please ensure that you separate as much of your waste as possible for recycling and
re-use before you reach the site.
What materials do you accept for recycling and/or re-use?aerosol cans - steel and aluminium aluminium foil
batteries - household and car books cardboard cartons
Christmas trees,computers cooking oil (residential only - no trade or commercial oil accepted)
electrical goods - all electrical items including toasters, kettles and microwaves green waste
glass (all colours) light bulbs - fluorescent and energy saving
metal mobile phones
motor oil paper including yellow pages, envelopes, phone directories
paint - please contact the centre first before dropping paint off
plastics - all types of plastic food and drink bottles, plastic containers, plastic carrier bags, bottle caps. Please see plastics page for more details
plasterboard/gypsum printer and toner cartridges spectacles
steel, aluminium and aerosol cans televisions textiles (clothes, shoes etc.)
white goods (fridges, freezers, cookers, washing machine, dishwashers)
wood (please see below for information on wood recycling)

If you can, separate your household rubbish before visiting the recycling centre. Ask any of our friendly staff to show you which containers to use.
Remember, any materials you put into the 'household waste' container will not be recycled and will be land filled or incinerated.
Can I recycle wood at the recycling centre?
Residents can bring wood to the centre for recycling from Monday 14 December 2009. This includes only the following:
packaging waste such as scrap pallets and packing cases
furniture made from solid wood or 'flat pack' furniture made from board products or DIY materials
long distance is £2 per mile one way
minimum £150
extra man is £12 per hour
sunday is £30 per hour
What if I am coming by van?
You must report to a member of site staff on arrival and you will need to bring one form of identification with you on the
day, as proof that you live in the borough.. Forms of ID that are accepted:council tax bill,driving licence,utility bill,rent
agreement,bank statement,mobile phone bill