Kirklees permit scheme for household waste and recycling centres- your top questions answered

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permit schemeFrom 11 July we’re running a new permit scheme in Kirklees for our household waste and recycling centres. We’re moving to a simpler online system where you register your vehicle and no longer need to remember to bring a printed permit with you.

It’s a topic that’s got a lot of people talking on social media so here are the answers to your main questions….

Here’s what you need to know . . .

1. How do I register?

We’ve already started registering vehicles ahead of the launch in July and you can do it on our website. You can register up to two vehicles at your home address (must be in Kirklees). Your vehicle registration number then becomes the permit number and you don’t need a paper permit anymore. People without access to the internet can register by visiting one of our customer service centres, or by using a computer in a local library. If you have friends or relatives without the internet it’s fine for you to register on their behalf as long as you have all their details (see below).

Once you’ve registered you no longer need to bring a printed permit with you, even before the new system starts on 11 July.

2. What information do I need to give to register?

As well as basic info like name, address, email address, we also need the registration number of the vehicle(s), plus the make, model and colour so please make sure you have this to hand when you start.

For a large vehicle you will also need your V5 vehicle registration document. See our website for further information.

3. What will happen when I visit a centre from 11 July?

As you drive into one of our sites a member of staff will check the vehicle registration number on a tablet computer. As long as you’re registered you’ll be able to unload your vehicle as soon as normal.

4. What happens if I’ve not registered and turn up?

We want as many people to register before 11 July. If you arrive at a centre without registering your vehicle, you can do this quickly using a smartphone with an internet connection, or can be guided through the process by a site operative. Registering beforehand will save time when you visit a centre.

5. Why do I need to register?

The online registration system means you no longer need to remember to bring a printed permit when you visit a centre. It will also make sure our centres are used by Kirklees householders only and that sites are not used for the disposal of trade waste (which is illegal).

6. What if I use a hire car or van?

If you use hire car or van you will have 7 days to use a site. The 7 day period will start from the date of the hire agreement and we will ask for a council tax or utility bill which has the same address as that shown on the hire agreement. You do not need to register online.

7. What if I don’t have car,  can I ask a friend or taxi to take my rubbish to the tip?

If you don’t have a car or don’t drive then you can still use the household waste site,  you will need to accompany the person driving your waste to the tip and bring a utility bill and photo ID with you.  The vehicle you come in cannot be on the prohibited vehicle list.

8. What about people who drive vans, trucks or trailers, can they still use the tip?

Larger vehicles including 4×4 with pick up, single axle trailers (maximum 6 feet long) and vans (maximum weight of 3 tonnes) can still use our tips but they are limited to 12 visits a year and should only be used for transporting household waste.  We consider this a reasonable amount of visits for the size of vehicle involved.

If you are registering on of these types of vehicles we may require additional information, such as a permission letter from the company that owns them, so it is important that you enter the correct contact details on the form. If we cannot get in touch then we cannot finalise the registration.

More information on the Permit Scheme in Kirklees

Visit our website for more information about our Household Waste and Recycling Centres.

197 comments

  • SORRY JUST ANOTHER WASTE OF SPACE CHANGE BY KIRKLEES WASTE DEPARTMENT
    (THE CLUE IS IN THE NAME)
    YOU CAN’T EVEN EMPTY THE BINS PROPERLY, RECENTLY I HAD 2 BIN LINERS INSIDE THE BIN WHICH MADE THE LID NOT GO DOWN FULLY SO YOUR WONDERFULL BIN MEN TOOK THEM OUT OF THE BIN PUT THEM ON THE FLOOR EMPTIED THE BIN THEN PICKED THE BAGS BACK UP AND PLACED THEM ON TOP OF THE BIN WITH A NOTE SAYING I HAD OVERFILLED MY BIN.
    I NOW TAKE MY EXCESS WASTE(THAT YOU WON’T TAKE) TO THE CENTRE IN MY COMPANY VAN FOR WHICH I HAD A PERMIT NOW I CAN’T USE MY VAN TO CLEAR THE WASTE THAT YOU GET PAID TO TAKE AND REFUSE TO DO SO
    DON’T SUPPOSE YOU WILL POST THIS BUT THAT WILL CONFIRM MY OPINION OF YOUR DEPARTMENT

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  • Registered my vehicle and my wife’s together on the 25th may, just been to the hudds waste recycling centre today to be told my car is not registered even though i told the attendant my permit number which i wrote down when i first registered.
    What a Farse!!!!

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    • Hi

      Thanks for getting in touch, apologies for the delay in responding. I’ve passed your comment on to the customer service team, they will respond directly to you.

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  • Keith Charlesworth

    I have just purchased a new car , I’ve sold my old car to my son , the old car has a tow bar on , I have a trailer which I used to take garden waist to the tip . I don’t want to have to spend £400 to put a tow bar on my new car ,so I will use my sons car . Only problem is if I use his car to visit the tip I’m using his allocation. We both live in Kirklees , both pay full rates ,but are penalised by using one car . Come on Kirklees get your act together , serving the people ? A joke more fly tipping on the way ,I surpose you can blame Brexit.,

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  • I, like Steve, am in Council Tax Band F. I have a large garden and consequently pay for that privilege with a higher council tax. I take all my garden refuse to the tip using a trailer as my car is only small. I calculate that in one year I will get rid of approximately 25 trailer loads of garden rubbish (my trailer is 4ft x3ft) Why, in those cicumstances, am I penalised a second time ( in addition to the higher council tax rate) by not allowing me sufficient usage of council waste disposal sites. I agree that for a smaller garden 12 visits a year may be reasonable but not if a person has a large garden. What am I supposed to do once I have used up my 12 visits ? Susie’s stock answer of saying that the Council believes that 12 visits represents a reasonable level of usage is not an adequate reply to this question, nor is it possible to compost all garden waste- I already compost what I can. Most decent minded citizens have for many years been quite happy to take their refuse to the local waste disposal site. Why are you now making it so difficult to continue with this process? Despite all your responses it must simply come down to budget.

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  • Hi
    I have been using a trailer for 15 years which is over 6ft
    despite having it in writing that this trailer can be used
    I appreciate what you are trying to do, so I will need to purchase a new trailer
    I have registered 2 cars with a trailer no problem very easy
    Problem is that a lot of new trailers are 2 M long which is about 6ft 6ins
    I have spoken to someone at the Denby Dale site who informed me that with a 6ft 6ins trailer measured as the load area length I may be turned away
    Question 1
    If i buy a 2 metre trailer then fit a board to reduce a 6ft 6ins trailer internal dimension to 6ft/1.83 metre will I be meeting the rules I will not be reducing the size very much will I be turned away This is important as i dont want to spend £500 then be turned away
    Question 2
    Having registered 2 cars with a trailer at the same address is the 12 trips per car or per house
    Also having registered with a trailer if I go to the tip without a trailer will this count as part of the 12 or will each run only be counted when a trailer is attached
    Thanks Dave

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    • Hi Dave,

      Apologies for the delay in responding. I’ve passed your enquiry on to the customer services team in waste. They will come back to you with a response as soon as possible.

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  • Hi I registered my vehicle which is a small touring van, I also use it as an everyday vehicle I am now being turned away because the vehicle is 2.5 metres high.Can you please explain why this is,because I cannot see anything on the website about height restrictions

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    • Hi

      Thanks for your email. I’ve passed your enquiry on to my colleagues in waste and recycling, they will respond directly to you.

      Susie

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  • Can you advise me wheat I am doing wrong. I have successfully registered my own car. However I have been trying to register a neighbours. As soon as I put my email address in the submit button disappears and only button left is cancel. To test it I put my own details in and again as soon as I put my email address in the submit button disappeared just leaving a cancel button

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    • Hi Anne,

      I’ve passed your email on to the customer service team to look into. They will respond direct to your email address.

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • How can I change a car I have registered? We have sold our car and bought a new one…

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  • been to tip day before the it started and on the next three days after (with my trailer) because the weather was good so was able to get some gardening done on my antys large garden and was told i only have eight times left to go with my trailer i pointed out that i have only been three times for when it started the lad on the gate said you came the day before it started and that counts as well as i had been cutting a very large hedge and two large lawns and all round the edgeing of these lawn i had lots of waste and do not tell me to compost it as i already have to compost bins i think like lots of other people 12 times a year is not right as like others if you have a big garden the grass needs cutting more than 12 times per year also i pay council tax and my anty pays hers as well

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    • Thanks for your comment. I have passed it on to the waste and recycling team to look into.

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      • you MUST been able to see by all the comments you have got to change something its no good just passing it on to somebody else 12 times a year is not enough for people with large gardens

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  • my van is a 3.05ton so what can i do as its only 3 ton aloud?

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    • Hi Paul

      Thanks for the question. I’ve passed your enquiry on to the customer service team who will respond direct to your email address.

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • Richard Melvyn Hall

    Having dutyfully registered my car and trailer some weeks ago l was today confronted with an additional unproductive member of of refuse site staff with an iPad and a tape measure who after measuring my trailer pronounced it over six feet and therefore not allowed on the premises. I would have thought the council would have gone metric by now and made provision for metric 2 metre 750 kg car trailers such as mine resulting in me not being able to transport my household rubbish to the tip yet they allow vehicles under 3 tonnes with a much larger carrying capacity !These petty rules and regulations will have major implications in one area. IE A dramatic increas in fly tipping and who’s going to clear that up ? I Shall be taking the whole pathetic subject up with my representatives very shortly meanwhile I shall continue as before .

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    • Hi Richard

      Thanks for getting in touch. I’ve passed your comments on to my colleagues in waste and recycling.

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  • hi have tried to tip rubbish in last few days only to be told we are not registered yet we have registered two vehicles way back in June one guy was very helpful yet another not very helpful at all sounding angry making us angry. Our question is why when we have registered the vehicles it is not showing on records?

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  • how long do we wait for a reply we know you have a lot of people to reply to just wondering

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    • Hi, Thanks for your enquiry. Whilst we are happy to accept comments, this site isn’t managed by a customer service team. We do however pass comments on to them and they will respond direct to the enquirer as soon as possible.

      Thanks

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  • Another fantastic idea from ower wonderful council
    I have a double cab Toyota pick up I go to the tip once a fortnight with thing I Carnnot fit in my bins
    My mum has just passed away and there will be quite a lot of household rubbush to take to the tip but after 12 trips what would the council like me to do with the rubbish ??

    I posted this on the 14th of July still no reply

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    • Hi Martin

      Apologies for the delay. I’ve passed your enquiry to the customer service team to look into. They will respond directly to you as soon as possible.

      Thanks

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  • Hi

    i registered my van last week but have had no confirmation back yet, can you tell me how long it will take and is there anyway of finding out if my van is registered.

    thanks

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    • Hi Linda,

      Thanks for your comment. It can take up to a week for a van permit to be confirmed, however I have passed your comment on to the customer service team, who may be able to advise further.

      Thanks

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  • wow, looks like the (already busy and not returning calls) customer service team is going to be working overtime! Glad to see that these threads are getting some attention for a change. I wonder if any of this is triggered by Kirklees’ desire to do anything about the problems they have created, or my story being published in the Examiner after many, many calls and emails going unanswered?

    Kirklees, end the discrimination now and U-turn on this crazy policy based on ‘feelings’ about people who own large vehicles and the amount of recycling they generate compared to other people with smaller vehicles, and try and (consult on and then) make policies based on actual facts and workable ones at that. Even the workers at the tips think this sucks and is unenforceable.

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  • I still haven’t received a solution for the new Kirklees none tipping regulations for the dump it recling centers . I think it would be better to shut them all and everybody just gave s big bonfire once a mouth but meanwhile the rubbishy is pilling up at ower house because I can’t get registered, not to worry because Kirklees don’t seem to bother they just pass it on to another department

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  • steve Rowbottom

    Hi Susie
    Would you please tell me why after having resent a picture of my V5 at the councils request ref HWRC1407254 on the14th July have I not had a reply.
    I am now waiting to take garden rubbish to the tip! I would like this resolving as a matter of urgency.
    Regards
    Steve

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  • I still do not seem to have received a response in relation to my enquiry regarding your responsibilities and requirements under the Data Protection Act. Your only statement of personal data privacy seems to state (falsely?) that it is not passed to Suez. Who then is policing this scheme, council employees or employees of Sita/Suez with access to the personal data? Suez are a foreign company who seem happy to recycle almost anything, so I am quite naturally concerned about my personal data. Will you please therefore respond to my enquiry.

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  • steve Rowbottom

    HI Susie,
    Why are you not replying to the questions I am asking (see comment on 27th July)?
    I have rubbish awaiting to be disposed off and are still awaiting confirmation, also could you please confirm your role within the council as you are unable to answer any questions put to you, instead reverting to a script that appears to have three sentences.
    This is not a game we are council tax payers that are paying the price because of ill thought out half baked ideas that bring no benefit to any one.
    I welcome your response hopefully this year.
    Regards
    Steve

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  • Hi

    You have received a number of queries re restricting/sectioning off internal trailer dimensions to comply with the new rules however have referred these queries to the waste management team but not published the results. Please publish the results and advise if it is permissible to section off internal trailer dimensions to within the new maximum dimensions to meet the new requirements.

    Thanks

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    • Hi Jeremy,

      I’ve checked with the team and I have been advised that the internal measurement of the trailer doesn’t impact on the decision.

      Trailers over 6ft in length or on a twin/double axel are not permitted on the sites. The main reason for this is to minimise disruption to other site users, especially during busy periods, where the use of large trailers can cause capacity, manoeuvring and obstruction issues. Longer trailers can cause traffic management issues on sites which cause delays to users with smaller vehicles.

      Thanks

      Susie

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      • David Alan Chambers

        I have just read this reply after being told today my trailer is too long at 6 foot 6 ” but this goes against your policy of measuring internal length . Also if trailers cause so much disruption why are transit size vans not banned as they hold much more waste and can hold people up more . I look forward to hearing your excuses Alan Chambers email alan985@btinternet.com No wonder fly tipping is on the increase

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      • Hi Alan

        I have asked the recycling team to reply to you directly.

        Kind regards

        Susie

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  • I have recently changed my car. How do I de-register the old car and register the new one?

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  • Could you tell me why I need to re-register my car with you at all.
    I am already registered with Kirklees, and have had to pay money out for a residents parking permit.
    You already have my registration, vehicle details and address.
    Why has a my vehicle registration not been automatically added to this system?
    You also seem to have introduced arbitrary restrictions on the ability of Kirklees residents to dispose of domestic waste, why are you still proclaiming on your website that Kirklees serves the people of kirklees, when it seems to be doing everything it can NOT to serve anyone at all.

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    • Hi Peter,

      I’ve passed your question on to the customer services team, they will get in touch with you directly.

      Kind regards

      Susie

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  • Hi,
    Have read through all the comments but have not yet found the answer to this question…
    What will happen on your 13th and subsequent visits to a Council Recycling Centre?
    If the answer is that you will be turned away, what do you do with the household waste for recycling?

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    • Hi David

      I’ve passed your question on to our customer service team to respond direct.

      Thanks

      Susie

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      • Hi Susie. I have not yet received a reply from the Customer Service Team to the question I asked on 1st August ie What will happen when you arrive at the Centre on your 13th or subsequent visit?

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  • Hi
    I have accidentally registered my van as a car on the Household Waste and Recycling Centres, how do I go about to change it.
    look forward to your reply.

    Regards

    Naveed Younis

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  • I am not registered for bin assistance as I can put my bin out. But I am retired and have rheumatoid arthritis and cannot lift bulky items. I have a fridge to be collected or taken to the tip. Can I get any help with this?

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  • Tried to register a second car, but the response said there were already two vehicles registered to my address (or email address?). As far as I know, I have only registered one. How can I find out what is registered to me? Using the “update” form, you have to enter your old car’s registration without being supied with a drop-down list

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  • It’d be nice if we didn’t need to register, period, and a national network take over all public recycle centres, allowing Jo(e) Public to simply use their nearest, reducing carbon footprint and admin, so saving the UK £££

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  • I have noticed that a lot of the above questions are the same. Posting the answers would save time and effort for all concerned. As the majority of enquiries are passed to the customer service team, I suggest they answer the post directly. That should save one wage at least.

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    • Hi Michelle,

      Thanks for your comment, I don’t work in the team that deals with waste and recycling so whilst I can answer some of the questions, others are best dealt with by the experts. The customer service team often need to check people’s details to provide an answer and for security we avoid doing this on open forums. If you would like me to pass something on for you please let me know.

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • Hi

    We have a large garden and we have made 4 trips with the trailer. What will happen if we go to the tip after 12 visits? We already compost. I am not paying for garden waste collections when the size of our garden and house is reflected in the amount of council tax we already pay. You are encouraging people to fly tip.

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  • We have recently purchased a house in Kirkless which had been neglected for a number of years both inside and out. We are registered to us the tip so we took a number of trailer loads of garden overgrowth to the tip before we were informed that we are limited to 12 visits per year (our mistake for not knowing). So what do we do now?
    We are carrying out a number of alterations to the house which was left with a lot of old furniture and white goods.
    We are stripping tiles from the bathroom and kitchen, removing a chimney stack and carrying out associated repairs. We are carrying out this work by ourselves
    This will be done over a period of time. Can you advise how we can dispose of this waste other than hire a skip to stand outside the house for a number of months which is absolutely rediculous.

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  • Has this system of asking advise closed?

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  • been to the tip and told i need to reg ,my trailer tried to do that and you have no place on the form to do that,??

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  • C Grayshon-Pedley

    This year I have dealt with my mothers house after her death and am in the process of moving house, where garden waste alone will need two trips a month ( as the comment above – I am not paying for garden waste removal as my council tax seems to have been confused with a castles !).
    I have now been told that because I drive a 4×4 I have used up my allotted 12 yearly visits.
    This is CRAZY – are Kirklees promoting fly tipping, it certainly feels that way !
    Why should I be penalised for MY choice of vehicle ?
    Surely Kirklees should be applauding that fact I take time to recycle ?
    What am I meant to do now ?

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  • Not registered yet as not had to go and now I need to the website is not even working. Great way to stop people from going!!!!

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    • Hi Michelle

      Apologies for the inconvenience. We are working on getting our systems up and running as soon as possible. We will update this website once we know more.

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • Please could you advise how I register my vehicle on line as once directed to your website it states that there is an error on the website! I have tried to register my vehicle now for over a month and the website remains the same with an error!

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    • Hi Julie

      The website has been experiencing problems for the last few days, however it should have worked before then. Once we are back online please try again and if you still have a problem please let us know and I will get someone in the recycling team to contact you.

      Hope that helps

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • where do i go to register a new car.

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    • Hi Jason

      We are having some technical issues with our website at the moment, once it is working again you will be able to register your new car online. If you need to use the car to go to the household waste site in the meantime if you take your council tax bill, or driving license with your address on and explain to the staff they should let you in.

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • is the website not working, for registering a new vehicles

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    • Hi Jason,

      Our website is experiencing technical problems at the moment, as such you may not be able to get on the relevant page. If not you can either wait until the system is back up and running, or if you need to use the household waste site in the meantime please take your council tax bill or driving license with a Kirklees Address on and explain the problem and the staff on site should let you in.

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • Please forword by e mail number of visits to meltham site made by LT55YUF. Also end of present period date

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    • Hi

      Thanks for getting in touch. I’ve passed your enquiry to the customer service team to respond to you directly.

      Kind regards

      Susie

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  • Elliott appleyard

    Just tried to transfer my permit from my old vehicle to my new one, NOT A CHANCE, rang kirklees and told I had to do it on line. NO WAY. It would not accept my transfer. told because I had a large van I had to cancel my old permit and re-apply. Wouldn’t even let me do that, What ever happen’d to picking the phone up and speaking to a real person instead of a damn machine? All I want is a simple transfer or a new one. Is that too much to ask?

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    • Hi Elliot

      I have passed your comment to the recycling team and asked them to contact you directly.

      Kind regards

      Susie

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      • Elliott appleyard

        I understand a new system is coming in, in july, what do I do in the meantime? I have changed my vehicle so I no longer have a permit. No permit No going to the tip, What am I supposed to do with my rubbish? fly tip it?

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      • Hi Elliot

        Thanks for your comment. The new permit system started on 11 July 2016. If you have registered a vehicle on this system before, and have since changed your vehicle please complete the amend your permit form. If you haven’t ever applied for a permit on the new system you can apply for a permit online.

        Hope that helps

        Thanks

        Susie

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  • jason butterworth

    I have a lease van under 3 tonne. How do I register this on-line, as I no longer have a car.
    I have no V5 certificate.

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    • Hi Jason

      Thanks for your comment. I’ve passed your query to our recycling team, they will get in touch with you directly.

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • I have been using my car and trailer to make visits to the site in Dewsbury since 2004
    I registered my car and trailer at the onset of registration policy
    Having visited the site without problem with the registered vehicle and trailer
    I was taken aback recently when a over zealous site operative produc ed a tape measure
    And declared my trailer was in fact 2mts long I.e 6ft 6″ and therefore 6″ oversize
    At which point I was told to unload on this occasion however a note had been added to the system
    Which would debar me from visiting again with the trailer
    I respectfully pointed out to this person that a gent not 10 mts away was hoying waste out of the back of a registered van like there was no tomorrow
    The loading area of the van must have been at least 10-12ft long
    I have emailed the 2 Kirklees departments i.e. Recycling and Waste
    Guess what not interested it’s over size and that’s the end of it
    For gods sake someone see sense and get a grip !!!!

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  • Chris hepplestone

    Hi I’ve tyred to register but won’t acept my email address is there a contact number

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    • Hi Chris,

      I will pass your enquiry to the customer care team so they can get in touch with you to discuss the problem you are having.

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • I am an elderly lady without a vehicle but still need to use the tip. Do I nominate my daughters car that is registered to another address. No info is available for a person like myself?

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    • Hi Beryl

      If you don’t have a car or don’t drive then you can still use the household waste site, you will need to accompany the person driving your waste to the tip and bring a utility bill (or other proof of address) and photo ID with you. If you are unable to accompany the person taking your waste then you should give them your proof of address and photo ID and they can present these at the gate when asked.

      Hope that helps

      Thanks

      Susie

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  • I have an Ifor Williams single axle trailer which I have modified and restricted by installing a timber false wall to reduce the internal loading bay length so that it is 6ft to comply with the site rules. Can you confirm that this is acceptable and that the trailer will be accepted at the Denby Dale refuse centre.
    Thanks

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    • Hi Russell

      Trailers over 6ft in length or on a twin/double axel are not permitted on the sites. The internal measurement of the trailer doesn’t impact on this decision.

      The main reason for this is to minimise disruption to other site users, especially during busy periods, where the use of large trailers can cause capacity, manoeuvring and obstruction issues. Longer trailers can cause traffic management issues on sites which cause delays to users with smaller vehicles.

      Kind regards

      Susie

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  • This forum is a complete waste of time.

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  • Is it any wonder our council tax is extortionate. This is a perfect example of councils at work. What chance have these people of making complex financial decisions.

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  • Hi Susie,
    Thanks for the reply can I just clarify on the trailer length rule. As your comment that internal length doesn’t impact on the decision is not in line with the HWRC rules. I have extracted the exact text from Rule 18 of the HWRC e-permit term and conditions of use:

    “All trailers will be limited to 12 visits per year irrespective of whether it was registered with a car or large vehicle. Accessibility of trailers at HWRC sites is limited to single axle with a maximum 6 feet in length (1.83m). 6 foot length refers to the internal storage / loading space and does not include tow bar length”

    My trailer is single axle, will be limited to a maximum 6 foot internally as stated above. It is not a large trailer, it has been visiting the Denby Dale site for the last 8 years with out any issue or disruption to any other users. Can you please reconsider your reply in light of the above.

    Regards

    Russell

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    • Hi Russell

      Thanks for pointing that out. I have asked my colleagues in Recycling to respond to you directly.

      Thanks

      Susie

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