Household Waste Recycling Centre update 29 May 2020

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General information

The government has clarified the position and enabled travel to a HWRC to take place if storing waste at home is a risk to health and safety.
Residents should be reminded to only visit if absolutely necessary and consider how essential their trip is before setting off.
Temporary site rules still apply.
All sites only accept waste from Cheshire West and Chester residents.

Northwich, Neston, Ellesmere Port, Winsford and Chester HWRCs — update

Northwich, Neston, Ellesmere Port, Winsford and Chester HWRC's are still operating under the temporary site rules.
These sites have returned to their normal opening days and hours (pre- shutdown).
Traffic signage current provided at the sites will remain in place up to and including Friday 5 June 2020.

Frodsham HWRC- update

Frodsham site will return to normal opening hours from Saturday 30 May 2020.
Station car park has been utilised for site queuing. This arrangement will cease on Saturday 30 May 2020.
In addition to the normal opening hours this site will open from 8 am to 5pm (rather than 9 am to 5 pm) on Friday 5th and 12th June 2020.

Tattenhall HWRC — update

Tattenhall still remains closed for the time being. Discussions are taking place with Highway to see if there is a safe way to open the site to residents.
In the meantime, residents should be encouraged to use the other sites.

Vehicle access -update

The van, trailers and pick up restrictions has been lifted. The usual trailer restrictions apply.

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