Changes To Clifton Moor Recycling Point
8:20am 7th October 2013
City of York Council is advising people that the recycling point at Clifton Moor (near the former Wicks/ Wilkinson) will be relocating from today (Monday 7 October 2013).
Clifton Moor Ltd say it remains committed to retaining some provision on-site locally and will continue to provide this facility to the area free of charge.
The new location of the recycling point will be between Tesco and Burger King in order to facilitate the redevelopment and wider park improvements, say City of York Council.
They add that provision will still be made for brown, green and clear bottle recycling, carton recycling, a Yorkshire Air Ambulance clothes/shoes recycling unit, a North Yorkshire Moors Railway foil bank and a Heart Foundation fabric recycling unit.
The new recycling area should be ready from 11 October.
A detailed information point will be placed at the recycling centre which will outline the revised location of the on-site facility.
Recycling points are still available say City of York Council at alternative sites including Towthorpe Household Waste Recycling Centre or Hazel Court HWRC. Recycling points can also be located at all large shopping outlets across the city.
In addition to this, people can continue to recycle through their fortnightly recycling kerbside collections, and the council are reminding people to put their bins out by 7am on the day of their collection, as the time of their collections may have changed. Following a recent waste review carried out by the council, 824 households will now get from recycling and garden waste collections for the first time.
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