Information from Environment Roads and Facilities - CCBC - HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING CENTRES AND BULKY WASTE
We are pleased to be able to reopen the Household Recycling Centres at Mochdre and Abergele from Tuesday 26 May. With the need for social distancing and to manage the demand from residents, there are some changes to the way the Household Recycling Centres will be running:
- Visits to the Household Recycling Centres are by appointment only
- Visits are restricted to cars (and vans with permits) only. No trailers will be allowed on site.
- Each household is allowed one visit, to make sure that everyone who wants to use the centres can get an appointment.
- The sites cannot accept carpet or textiles (clothes) at the moment
- To help prevent delays and reduce contact at payment machines, the Council is waiving some of the usual charges for non-household waste. Residents will not be charged for up to 3 bags of rubble, soil or wood.
Although lockdown restrictions have been eased, we should still only make essential journeys. We’re encouraging residents to think about using our usual kerbside collections, green waste collection or bulky waste collection instead, before they book an appointment. Residents can book an appointment from Thursday 21 May 2020 on our website or by calling the Advice Team on 01492 575337. There are appointments available every day at each site. Appointments are available for the next 4 weeks. Bulky waste collections will restart on Monday 1 June, with our partner Crest. Residents can book their collections from Thursday 21 May. We are reviewing the rural mobile recycling centres to see how we could reopen these safely. We hope the attached Frequently Asked Questions will help you answer any questions from your residents.
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