Le plan d'eau

Château Ladignac

 l'église (12e siécle) de Ladignac 

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Waste disposal site (recycling)

Note - Change of hours saturdays :
From jan 1st 2016 the déchetterie opens in the AFTERNOON on saturdays


Hours of Operation:

The recycling bins for glass, newspaper and domestic packaging are open 24/7

The skips for other bulk waste are open :



(may to october)


(november to april)

Monday 14h – 18h 13h30 – 17h30
Wednesday 14h – 18h 13h30 – 17h30
Friday 08h - 12h 08h - 12h
Saturday 14h – 18h 13h30 – 17h30


Waste items listed below are allowed, if brought in a quantity below 2 m3 (=70 ft3)

  • Cardboard boxes; empty, flattened and folded,
  • Bulky items: mattresses, spring beds, PVC furniture, polystyrene, PVC pipes, carpentry, old furniture, plaster, glass wool insulation,
  • Scrap Metal: cleaned containers, oil drained engine, metallic items,
  • Car or electric devices batteries,
  • Used lubricant petroleum oil,
  • Household special waste; soiled packaging, flammable liquids, pasty organic products, chemical base and acid products, non-flammable liquids, pesticides and herbicides, spray cans, neon lights, oxidizers and non-identified products,
  • Green waste: lawn mowing, hedge clippings, leaves, small branches (diameter up to 15 cm or 6 inches), wilted plants removed from pots, fruits and vegetables (whole or peel waste)
  • Plumbing vitreous china with all fittings removed (Toilet suite, bathroom sink), mix brick and plaster dressing,
  • Demolition materials: brick, stone, soil removed, roof tiles, flower pots, terracotta, sandstone and slate,
  • Glass, papers, magazines et household packaging: please drop in the container provided at the site.

Items that are not allowed

  • Regular household waste,
  • Waste from activities that may have infectious outcome or similar (medical waste, slicing or cutting),
  • Waste that may present a danger to people in further handling,
  • Waste from tradespeople, retail, wholesale, industrial or agricultural activities delivered in large volume,
  • Dangerous waste goods from professional handlers of such,
  • Wrecks (de-commissioned vehicles),
  • Animal dead bodies or waste resulting from slaughter,
  • Asbestos carrying waste,
  • Rubber tyres.

Tradespeople and business owners should inquire with the SITE ATTENDANT (GARDIEN).

Translation: Jean-François Célèrier