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North Yorkshire Residents Urged To Not Visit Tips

North Yorkshire Residents Urged To Not Visit Tips

Published by Karen Liu at 1:36pm 1st April 2020.

North Yorkshire County Council is urging residents to not drive to any of its Household Waste Recycling Centres. 

It's after some people have attempted to drive to a centre to deliver their rubbish, but have found out it's closed.

Ian Fielding, Assistant Director, Waste Management, said:

“Our household waste recycling centres closed last month temporarily for the safety of staff and to cut non-essential travel as part of the Government’s drive to slow the spread of Covid-19.

People should not drive to any of our 20 HWRCs. They will not be able to deliver their waste and will have made an unnecessary journey.

We understand that at this time people are at home when they wouldn’t normally be, so may generate more waste, but we urge them to try to minimise this, particularly bulky waste, as far as possible.

For instance, please do not begin DIY or gardening projects that could create significant waste if you don’t have space to store that waste until the HWRCs are able to reopen.

Do not be tempted to fly tip. It is an offence punishable by fines or imprisonment and offenders will be prosecuted.”




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