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Your Norfolk July 2020

Norfolk’s recycling centres have all reopened

All 20 recycling centres in Norfolk have reopened with social distancing measures in place. Customers and staff have helped make the re-opening process a real success across the county – thank you all for playing your part.

We are pleased to be offering a nearly full service at all of our sites, with all materials accepted for recycling, composting or disposal. Unfortunately reuse shops remain closed for now, but outdoor items such as compost bins, bagged compost, bicycles and lawn mowers are available for sale.

There are still measures in place to allow the sites to run safely for the public, staff and the local community. Visitors are asked to respect the social distancing requirements on site and to follow the directions of staff and traffic management teams.

Looking forward, plans are in progress to run our popular annual hazardous waste events later this year and dates for the autumn will be announced on our website in the coming weeks.

See site information and guidance on using Norfolk County Council recycling centres during Covid-19.

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