What are bring centres?
Bring-centres are recycling centres to which farmers can deliver their farm films for recycling, this free service is currently only available at our Rhymney site.
FARMERS: Please secure load of plastic before hauling plastic into our Bring Centres.
Bring-centres represent the most cost effective and convenient means by which farmers can recycle farm plastics.
Farmers in England must register as a lower tier waste carrier. There is no charge for a licence to transport your own waste, registration is online: Register Online at Direct Gov
You can recycle the following farm plastics at our bring-centres:
Silage bale wrap
Feed bags (emptied)
What Farm Film we Accept
Clean LDPE sheeting or feed bags or LLDPE bale stretch wrap or barrier sheet only
PP netting/string/twine: less than 1%
Soil/mud: less than 25%
PP bulk bags
Wood (inc. pallets)
Buckets & chemical containers
Book a Slot
Please fill in our form to arrange a booking at our bring centre, these dates will include every Saturday and Sunday starting 24th May 2018
How to find us.
Follow signs for railway station, left along Rhymney walk and our site is 200m on the left.
RPC bpi recycled products
Maerdy Industrial Estate, Rhymney, Gwent,
*Please be cautious at Sat Nav leads you to a no access route.
How to recycle
Not all farm plastics are recycled in the same way.
There are different methods for recycling silage plastics and other farm plastics (such as fertiliser and feed bags, drums, netting and twine).
To help you understand the different ways you can recycle your farm plastics we’ve shared a link that explain farm plastics recycling services.
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