The popular Bidston Recycling Centre, located on Wallasey Bridge Road is reopening on Saturday 14th December at 8.00am after its temporary closure to undergo essential maintenance works, and the introduction of a range of new traffic management measures.
The site, which is provided by Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority, and operated by resource management company Veolia has been closed for the past two weeks. This has enabled a range of alterations to the site including changes to access to the site for vans and commercial vehicles via a new barrier system and a stop and check point on the entrance to the Centre.
Carl Beer, MRWA Chief Executive, said: “We’d like to thank residents for their patience while the Centre has been closed. We’ve taken this opportunity to thoroughly check all aspects of the site, undertake any repairs, repaint, and review signage – and to install some new traffic measures at the entrance to the site that will ensure that the site adheres to the high standard required of a public facility.”
For more information on any of the Household Waste Recycling Centres in Merseyside go to: https://www.merseysidewda.gov.uk/waste-recycling/household-waste-recycling-centres-hwrcs/