recycling centres

Household vans able to use recycling centres this week

Authored by Mary

Restrictions at Devon’s Recycling Centres are to be eased further this week, with personal vans allowed to bring household waste from Wednesday 24 June. Vans will need to pre-book their visit at three of the county's busiest sites.

To ensure the recycling centres have enough capacity to serve as many people as possible, and to keep unloading times to a minimum, vans will only be able...

Vehicle restrictions eased at recycling centres - but vans remain excluded for time being

Authored by Mary

Vehicle restrictions to Devon’s recycling centres, including bicycles and some vehicles with trailers, are being eased this week.

It’s all part of the phased reopening of Devon’s 19 Household Waste Recycling Centres.

From today (Tuesday June 2) visitors driving van-based people carriers with seats in the back, and cyclists - including those with cycle-towed trailers - will...

Recycling centre permit scheme to be extended to trailers

Authored by JamesM

A permit scheme to cut the number of traders who illegally tip their rubbish is being extended to include trailers as part of a package of changes to Plymouth’s household waste recycling centres.

From July people who use trailers will have to apply for a permit if they want to tip waste at Chelson Meadow and Weston Mill household waste recycling centres.

Staff are now...

Trailers to require a permit for household waste

Authored by Matthew Vizard

A permit scheme to cut the number of traders who illegally tip their rubbish is being extended to include trailers as part of a package of changes to the city’s household recycling centres. People who use trailers will soon have to apply for a permit if they want to tip household waste at Chelson Meadow and Weston Mill household waste recycling centres.

In 2002 van permits were...

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