Recycling centres in Cowny & Denbighshire set to reopen
Written by admin on May 14, 2020
Denbighshire County Council has announced it will re-open the household waste recycling centres during the week commencing 25th May.
The date will be confirmed in the coming days and the three waste and recycling centres at Lon Parcwr (Ruthin), Colomendy Industrial Estate (Denbigh) and Marsh Road (Rhyl) will re-open for the public to dispose of small amounts of household waste, if it is essential to do so.
The “pop-up” Household Waste Recycling Centres services in Corwen and Llangollen are still suspended until further notice. This is because the Council is not able to ensure that social distancing would be maintained, and it is therefore not safe to open these.
In neighbouring county Conwy, the council is working towards opening the Household Recycling Centres in Mochdre and Abergele, with an appointment system and strict social distancing measures.
“We are working closely with Bryson Recycling, who run the sites for us, to make sure that staff and the public can be safe when we reopen,” said Cllr Greg Robbins, Cabinet Member for Environment and Transportation. “So that we can make sure we protect people with social distancing measures, things will be somewhat different from normal and access to the sites will be by appointment only. Anyone arriving without an appointment will be turned away.”
The Council will give information on how to book an appointment once the opening date has been finalised.R