Islington – Hornsey Street
40 Hornsey Street
|Monday||9am - 4pm|
|Tuesday||9am - 4pm|
|Wednesday||9am - 4pm|
|Thursday||9am - 4pm|
|Friday||9am - 4pm|
|Saturday||9am - 4pm|
|Sunday and Public Holidays||9am - 4pm|
Hornsey Street is an NLWA managed site.
Please note – The site is occasionally closed for short periods of time during operational hours to allow containers to be moved or changed.
Restrictions are in place at all reuse and recycling centres to ensure social distancing guidelines can be adhered to and to make sure that residents are able to dispose of their waste safely.
A new booking system has been introduced and more bays are now open to drop off material to minimise queuing time; but queues are still expected. Sites are busiest at the start of each one-hour booking period so if you can come later in the one hour time period it may be quieter. Residents travelling to Hornsey Street RRC on foot or bike can take the material to the pedestrian drop-off point at the Hornsey Street depot entrance, without booking in advance.
Please sort material before you leave home so your time at the site is as short as possible and make sure you have a valid booking and have checked the conditions of entry before you leave home. These are in place to ensure the safety of site staff and visitors. If you do not comply with the conditions of entry you will be turned away from the site.
Opening hours and waste types accepted may be subject to change.
Conditions of entry
- Visitors will need a valid booking before they leave home or entry will be refused
- For visits in a van, please make a booking here at least 24 hours in advance of your visit. Proof of residency, such as a utility bill is required for van bookings
-A limited number of cars will be allowed on site at one time
-If you are experiencing issues to book online, now you can call London Energy Ltd: 07483077859 Monday to Friday between 8.30 and 4.30.
-A maximum of two people should leave the car when on site
-Visitors should keep 2m from other people when on site
-As Hornsey Street RRC is an enclosed facility, please wear a face covering when on site (in line with the latest Government guidance)
-Site staff will not be available to help with unloading – please make sure you can carry your items by yourself or with one other person assisting
-If you have a disability, please advise staff on arrival at site. You may be asked to show proof of disability. Staff will not be able to remove items from your car, but they will correctly dispose of your items once they have been unloaded
-Please treat staff with respect and follow staff instructions at all times
-A list of accepted waste types is below
Height barrier restriction: 1.9m
Van and trailer policy
For visits in a van, please make a booking here at least 24 hours in advance of your visit. Proof of residency, such as a utility bill is required for van bookings
Trade (commercial) waste is not accepted at any of our RRCs. However, there are some local facilities that do accept trade waste, which you can find a list of here. Please note that this list has been provided in good faith, but should not be taken as exhaustive or as an endorsement of the companies listed.
Residents wishing to bring waste to Hornsey Street RRC should take the material to the pedestrian drop-off point at the Hornsey Street depot entrance. Please note that this drop-off point is only in operation during the opening hours stated above. Asbestos or other hazardous material will not be accepted at the drop-off point.
Alternatively, pedestrians may use any public mixed recycling points (which take paper, glass, cans, plastic bottles and cardboard) including those on the corner of Caledonian Road and Cottage Road, opposite Caledonian Road tube station.