Manor Furlong, Manor Road, Frome, BA11 4RJ
The opening schedule above is valid from 1 April 2019.
Check Frome upgrade from Monday 1 April 2019 here.
For advice on recycling rigid plastic food and other household pots, tubs, trays and plastic bottles at Somerset recycling sites, please see our Act on plastics page.
When visiting any Somerset recycling site with your household waste, your vehicle or trailer may need a permit. Both vehicle and trailer size are restricted. Permits are free, only available to Somerset residents, and must be displayed on all visits. Please apply for a permit before you bring your waste.
Charges must be paid by card – not cash or cheque – at all sites for disposal of materials not classified as household waste: asbestos; gas bottles; hardcore, including stone, rubble, clay, tiles, ceramic/porcelain sinks, baths, toilets and construction materials; plasterboard; soil; tyres and vehicle parts. Click here for more information on site charges.
There is no charge for the disposal of household waste.
Asbestos is accepted at Frome, but charges apply and must be paid in advance online. For information on safe disposal and charges for asbestos disposal at recycling centres, visit our asbestos disposal at recycling centres page.
Plaster and plasterboard are accepted at Frome, but charges apply and must be paid in advance online. For information on payment to dispose of plasterboard and plaster, visit our plasterboard disposal at recycling centres page.
Commercial waste recycling facilities exist at Frome. For more information visit our business waste services page.
Vehicle parts disposal available at Frome. Charges apply. Click here for details.
Call the recycling site in advance if taking bulky, hazardous or unusual items, to check disposal requirements or capacity.
All centres are closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
All recycling sites accept natural undecorated Christmas trees for composting.
This site allows pedestrian access. Please use the pedestrian gateway and follow the marked footpath at all times.