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Household Waste Recycling Centres

By Rosie Hoile, Parish Clerk Droxford Village Community

Friday, 22 May 2020

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When the Household Waste Recycling Centres reopened, it was expected that the demand would to be high. However, long queues have been forming so residents are asked to only travel to HWRC’s if absolutely essential. If severe traffic disruption continues at individual sites, then consideration will be given as to whether the sites can stay open. If you can, please store your waste safely at home, and visit at a later date.

Anyone who has had COVID19 symptoms in the last 14 days, or who lives with someone who has been symptomatic in the last fortnight, should not travel to, or enter an HWRC. After this period, any COVID-19 contaminated waste should be double bagged and put aside
for 72 hours before being brought to a site.

The start date for the HWRC vehicle registration scheme has been postponed in light of theongoing Coronavirus pandemic. However, the online vehicle registration system remains open in readiness for implementation later this year.

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Rosie Hoile, Parish Clerk

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Clerk to the Parish Council, West House Cottage, South Hill, Droxford, Southampton, Hampshire, SO32 3PB

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Droxford website for the local community in Hampshire. Information for parish council, events.