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Bidston Recycling Centre is OPEN (Tuesday 30th June 2020)

Bidston Recycling Centre has reopened (Tuesday 30th June 2020) following a brief closure. ENDS

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Formby and Sefton Meadows Recycling Centres to reopen Monday 22nd June

Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) at Formby and Sefton Meadows are set to reopen to the public from 8.00am on Monday 22nd June. Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA) is implementing a new booking system for these two Centres which means residents wishing to use them will need an appointment. Those residents will need to supply […]

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Clatterbridge – CLOSED Wednesday 6th May

Tomorrow 6th May Clatterbridge Recycling Centre will be closed for one day due to nearby traffic light repair and maintenance. It will reopen again on Thursday 7th may at 8.00am.

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Recycling Centres reopening – Frequently Asked Questions (May 1st 2020)

Most of Merseyside’s Household Recycling Centres (not including Formby, Sefton Meadows and Rainhill) reopen on Monday 4th May. To help you plan your visit we’ve put together a range of the most FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS below: Why are certain Centres are closed?   Our Rainhill Centre is currently closed. The opening is under review and […]

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 Coronavirus update – Monday 27th April 2020

UPDATE: Monday, 27th April 2020 – MRWA intends to reopen all Household Waste Recycling Centres on Monday 4th May 2020 MRWA intends to reopen all Household Waste Recycling Centres on Monday 4th May 2020 Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority intends to reopen all Household Waste Recycling Centres on Monday 4th May 2020. Councillors on the […]

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“WASTE CAN WAIT” New campaign provides advice on how to manage your household waste during lockdown

Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority (MRWA) are launching their “WASTE CAN WAIT” campaign today (Wednesday 8th April 2020) to help and support residents with their household, food and green waste problems during the coronavirus lockdown. Carl Beer, MRWA Chief Executive said: “We know that it’s difficult for all Liverpool City Region residents at the moment with […]

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Get composting at home and help cut waste (6 April 2020)

The government is advising as many of us as possible to stay home as much as we can in order to help key workers, relieve strain on the NHS and ultimately stop us getting sick. It’s a difficult time we’re living through, but we can all help each other as family, friends, neighbours and as […]

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Making the most of your food (3 April 2020)

These are challenging times we’re currently living through, especially when it comes to household food management. We don’t know if we’re buying too much or not enough. Can we use leftovers? What is the best way to stock a fridge? However, thinking positively we can use this as an opportunity to reacquaint ourselves with some […]

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Managing waste and recycling while at home (1 April 2020)

With the government advising many of us to stay at home it might be an idea to try and manage the amount of waste being created in your household. We’ve put together a list of tips, advice and ideas that might help keep your bin from over-flowing. · Our Recycling Centres are closed at the […]

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Coronavirus notice – Recycling Centres CLOSED (Tues 24th March 2020)

Merseyside Household Waste Recycling Centres CLOSED The instructions from the Prime Minister are clear. Visits to Household Waste Recycling Centres are not one of the four reasons given for leaving your home. All Household Waste Recycling Centres across Merseyside are closed with immediate effect and until further notice.  Chairperson of the Authority, Cllr Tony Concepcion, and Chief Executive Carl […]

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