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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Details of the re-opening of Councils waste and recycling centres

Following Councillors voting in favour to the re-opening of Council waste & recycling centres, the details of how and when these centres will open has been published.

Beginning from Monday May 4th, the centres will open to the public, with a booking system put in place. The hours of opening will be Monday to Saturday from 8.30am to 3.30pm and they will accept excess waste that would normally go into your black bin only.

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A slot must be booked in advance for the waste facilities, which can be made by calling the relevant number between the opening hours, 9.30am and 3.30pm daily Monday to Friday. Should you miss your allocated slot it will be necessary to re-book an alternative time.

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Dungiven, Garvagh, Kilrea, Limavady – 07925 358 326

Castlerock, Coleraine, Portrush, Portstewart – 07925 358 327

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Ballycastle, Ballymoney, Crosstagherty – 07925 358 328

Strict measures will be in place to ensure that social distancing rules are complied with. Staff will control access to facilities and limit the number of cars on site at any one time. No vans or trailers will be allowed. In light of the temporary arrangements, householders are asked to be patient and respectful to site staff. Any abusive behaviour towards staff will not be tolerated.

Householders will be required to offload their own waste to maintain social distancing. Householders should continue to recycle/dispose of as much waste as possible in their bins at home, and if circumstances allow, store excess waste in a shed or garage.

No waste from commercial sources will be accepted. Businesses that require the uplift of waste can avail of the council’s commercial waste collection service. Please contact (028) 7034 7034 to arrange a collection.

The opening of household recycling centres will be kept under review whilst social distancing restrictions are in place. Thank you in advance for your co-operation and understanding.’

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