Opening hours at Spalding tip in West Marsh Road will not be changed for the foreseeable future.
But a Saturday supplementary service operated at six sites across the district is ending next Thursday.
Lincolnshire County Council has held a review of its Household Waste Recycling Centres as part of budget cuts, resulting in the closure of facilities at Leadenham and Whisby.
But a council spokesman said: “We currently have no plans to make changes to the Spalding centre.”
Coun Reg Shore, executive member for waste and recycling, said: “Our funding from central government is reducing and we need to scale back our spending on services by £170million over the next four years. As part of this, waste services needs to play its part by cutting its annual waste and recycling budget by £400,000.
“Our policy is to make sure that 95 per cent of residents are within a 12-mile radius of a recycling facility, and the closure of these two facilities [Leadenham and Whisby] won’t affect that.”
Meanwhile, the county council is saving £40,000 by ending its agreement with South Holland District Council to operate a year-round service collecting residual and garden waste in Holbeach, Long Sutton, Crowland, Donington, Gedney Hill and Sutton Bridge.
Similar supplementary services at Stamford (£50,000) and Mablethorpe (£70,000) will continue.