Recycling Centre

27 July 2018

 

**PUBLIC INFORMATION** Alternative recycling centres may be busy over the coming days as work continues to reopen Mile Cross

 

Mile Cross recycling centre is expected to remain closed for the next few days while repairs are made to the roof and the site clean-up continues following a fire on Wednesday night

The closest recycling centres are at Ketteringham which is just to the south of Norwich off the A11, at Strumpshaw to the west of the city, or Mayton Wood near Coltishall to the north of the city Over the summer all three are open 9am-5pm, seven days a week

It is likely that the nearest alternative recycling centres will be busier than usual over the coming days so if anyone is able to delay their visit until next week this may be a good way to avoid any possible queues

And to speed things up when at the recycling centre people are reminded that it can help to sort their recycling before their visit by putting things like cardboard, garden waste and small electricals into separate, easily manageable bags As always staff will be on hand to help people find the right place to put their waste

To find your nearest recycling centre visit: wwwnorfolkgovuk/recycling

Don’t forget people can take all their household waste for FREE to any of Norfolk’s network of 20 recycling centres It’s free to take things like sofas, white goods such as freezers, fridges and washing machines, all free-standing furniture including tables, chairs and wardrobes, plus carpet and underlay More information here: wwwnorfolkgovuk/recycling

 

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