Riverside and Baldovie recycling centres in Dundee will re-open to the public on a restricted basis from next Monday.
City council chiefs have said strict rules will apply on the type of materials which can be dumped and the number of vehicles allowed in the centres at any one time.
No business waste will be accepted at the skip sites.
In line with the re-opening of recycling centres across Scottish local authority areas, residents are being asked to only make skip trips for “essential purposes”.
General and garden waste, wood, metals, rubble, fridges and freezers, and gas cylinders and bottles will be accepted.
But cardboard, large and small electricals, plastics, turf, batteries, fluorescent tubes, vegetable and waste oils, glass and textiles cannot be accepted at the centres initially under the restricted capacity.
The council has warned people to expect long queues once the centres re-open.
Only one person per car should unload the vehicle at any one time and no vans or trailers will be allowed.
There will be no walk-in disposals allowed and recycling centre staff will be unable to help with unloading. They will also only be open to Dundee City Council residents.
Dundee City Council neighbourhood services convener, Anne Rendall said: “It’s important that we keep waste at home for the foreseeable future if it is safe to do so.
“Anyone who is planning on visiting either of the recycling centres, when re-opened, should familiarise themselves with the rules before attending in order to keep themselves, site staff and others safe.
The sites will initially be open from 9am to 4pm, seven days a week.
The council’s bulky uplift service will also resume on June 1, with booking arrangements available to the public from Wednesday.