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East Riding Waste Recycling Sites Reopen

East Riding Waste Recycling Sites Reopen

Published by Matthew Pells at 6:01am 4th May 2020.

The Household waste recycling site at Carnaby will reopen this morning. It's one of ten sites in the East Riding that will be open from today but with a number of restrictions in place.

The county council say the sites will stay open from 10am to 5pm seven days a week, but is stressing that they are open for essential waste only and if you can store waste at home then you should continue to do so.

Sarah Atkinson is the councils service manager for waste disposal, she says there will be a number of restrictions.

Sarah says the tips will be staying open and the council is asking residents not to immediately rush to sites in the first few days to avoid long queues and long waiting times.

Anyone planning to visit a recycling site is asked to abide by these new restrictions:

  • Only cars and small vans will be allowed on site. Transit-type vans and trailers of any kind will not be permitted. Therefore the usual permit system will not apply at this time.
  • Only one person per vehicle.
  • Only a limited number of vehicles will be allowed on site. When the limit is reached, a one-in one-out system will operate.
  • Traffic management will be in place and due to safety concerns queuing outside will be restricted. Residents may be asked to leave and return at a later time.
  • Social distancing of 2m should be followed at all times.
  • Please bear in mind that, due to health and social distancing reasons, staff on site will not be able to help carry your waste. Therefore residents should only bring items they can comfortably carry themselves.
  • Asbestos will not be accepted at any site.
  • The last entry to all sites will be at 4.45pm as the sites shut at 5pm.
  • The Reuse Shop at the Humberfield household waste recycling site will remain closed, and no items for the shop can be collected, so people are asked to keep hold of items they want to donate to the shop.
  • If you or your family are showing Covid-19 type symptoms, please follow Government advice and stay at home.
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Normal household bin collections will continue for regular waste and recycling.




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zara, on 4th May 2020 8:42am
good for them, now its about time North yorkshire county council did the same instead of wasting money on stupid yellow signs that no one will take notice of or already are abiding by.

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