County Council Recycling Centres Closed

County Council Recycling Centres Closed

All Derbyshire County Council's household waste recycling centres are closed until further notice.

The safety of customers and staff is our number one priority and in accordance with current government Coronavirus guidelines of avoiding non-essential contact and preventing a risk of infection to others, the sites will remain shut. It is essential that we do all we can to slow down the spread of the virus.

Much of the waste that goes through the recycling centres is bulky waste (large items such as furniture, wood and metals) and garden waste. People should hold onto these items until the sites reopen.
Please do not leave any waste outside the recycling centres. Leaving waste at the gates or anywhere else is classed as fly tipping and is a criminal offence for which people will be prosecuted and fined up to £50,000.

Where possible residents should compost grass cuttings and hedge trimmings and if they can't do that keep your garden waste until recycling centres reopen. Composting is a great way to turn your garden waste and kitchen scraps into a useful compost.
Read advice on how to make the most of the food you have and about how to cut food waste.

Thanks for helping to keep everyone safe.

Posted: Thu, 26 Mar 2020 08:05 by Website Team

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