Re-opening of Household Waste Recycling Centres

Reopening Household Waste Recycling CentresBriefing note for MPs and councillorsLancashire County Council will be reopening most of its recycling centres on Friday 15 May, after they had to be closed in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.Due to the need to ensure social distancing for staff and visitors there will be a number of important changes to the way the sites operate.Appointment systemPeople  will  need  to  make  an  appointment  beforevisiting. This  is  necessary  to  manage  what  is likely  to  be  very  high  demandand  limit  visitor  numbers  to  ensure  social  distancing  can  be managed.A  booking  system will  go  live  onthe  morning  ofWednesday  13  May allowing  people  to  make appointments. Appointments can be madeonline via the council’s website www.lancashire.gov.ukor by calling the customer service centre on 0300 123 6781.People  will  be  given  a  30minute  window  in  which  to  visit,  with  the  number  of  appointments available being limited to allow staff to check details on arrival and manage movementsaround the site to ensure social distancing.Appointments will be made available severaldays ahead, with new slots released eachday.People will be limited to one visitto one siteper calendar weekand will not be able to book multiple visits to different sites.Reopening Household Waste Rechttps://www.lancashire.gov.uk/wasteandrecycling/https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/wasteandrecycling/cling CentresBriefing note for MPs and councillorsLancashire County Council will be reopening most of its recycling centres on Friday 15 May, after they had to be closed in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.Due to the need to ensure social distancing for staff and visitors there will be a number of important changes to the way the sites operate.Appointment systemPeople  will  need  to  make  an  appointment  beforevisiting. This  is  necessary  to  manage  what  is likely  to  be  very  high  demandand  limit  visitor  numbers  to  ensure  social  distancing  can  be managed.A  booking  system will  go  live  onthe  morning  ofWednesday  13  May allowing  people  to  make appointments. Appointments can be madeonline via the council’s website www.lancashire.gov.ukor by calling the customer service centre on 0300 123 6781.People  will  be  given  a  30minute  window  in  which  to  visit,  with  the  number  of  appointments available being limited to allow staff to check details on arrival and manage movementsaround the site to ensure social distancing.Appointments will be made available severaldays ahead, with new slots released eachday.People will be limited to one visitto one siteper calendar weekand will not be able to book multiple visits to different sites.Briefing note for MPs and councillorsLancashire County Council will be reopening most of its recycling centres on Friday 15 May, after they had to be closed in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.Due to the need to ensure social distancing for staff and visitors there will be a number of important changes to the way the sites operate.Briefing note for MPs and councillorsLancashire County Council will be reopening most of its recycling centres on Friday 15 May, after they had to be closed in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.Due to the need to ensure social distancing for staff and visitors there will be a number of important changes to the way the sites operate.Lancashire County Council will be re-opening most of its recycling centres from Friday 15th May but to protect its customers and staff, it will be introducing a number of important changes to the way the sites operate.
It will be introducing an appointment system which is now operational.  Simply go on-line at www.Lancashire.gov.uk, or telephone 0300 123 6781.  People will be given a 30 minute slot in which to visit and will only be allowed one visit per calendar week.  Only one type of waste per visit and no construction or demolition waste will be allowed.  Unfortunately Carnforth will remain closed for the time being and the nearest is Lancaster.  Go on-line for more details.
People  will  need  to  make  an  appointment  beforevisiting. This  is  necessary  to  manage  what  is likely  to  be  very  high  demandand  limit  visitor  numbers  to  ensure  social  distancing  can  be managed.A  booking  system will  go  live  onthe  morning  ofWednesday  13  May allowing  people  to  make appointments. Appointments can be madeonline via the council’s website www.lancashire.gov.ukor by calling the customer service centre on 0300 123 6781.People  will  be  given  a  30minute  window  in  which  to  visit,  with  the  number  of  appointments available being limited to allow staff to check details on arrival and manage movementsaround the site to ensure social distancing.Appointments will be made available severaldays ahead, with new slots released eachday.

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28 November 2020

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04:31 Low 2m
10:05 High 8.6m
16:48 Low 2.1m
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