Recycling Centre for the Isle of Tiree
The civic amenity site at Gott Bay, Tiree will re-open on Monday 1 June.
The site will operate as normal.
Please only go if your journey is absolutely essential – if your waste will not fit in your bins or you can no longer store it safely at home.
Opening times are as normal
Monday: 7.30am to 9am and 3pm to 4pm
Tuesday: 10am to 11am
Wednesday and Thursday: 2pm to 4pm
Friday: 7.30am to 9.30am and 2.30pm to 3.30pm
Saturday: 9am to 1pm
Last entry to the site is 15 minutes before closing time. This gives time for the vehicles queuing to have the contents unloaded. If you do plan to visit the centre, give yourself plenty of time.
Treating each other with respect
All restrictions on the use of the site are designed to keep customers and staff safe, meaning the site can continue to operate. Please treat site staff with respect and understand that they are performing a difficult job in order to provide you with more waste disposal options.
If you have COVID 19 symptoms
Please do not go to the site if you or anyone in your household has symptoms of COVID-19 or is ‘shielding’ because of underlying health conditions.
Please call 01546 605514
What can you take there?
Householders can bring various items to the site for recycling/recovery. These items include paper, cardboard, plastic bottles/food trays/tubs/pots, cans, tins, empty aerosols, car batteries, cooking oil, household batteries, any (large or small) electrical or battery operated item, scrap metal, fluorescent tubes, light bulbs, glass bottles and jars, textiles, food and drinks carton (e.g. Tetra Pak) and engine oil.
Other household rubbish and items can be brought to the site for onward disposal