Recycling centres set to reopen on 18 May
This article was published on May 7, 2020 and information contained within may be out of date.
Lincolnshire County Council have announced that the Household Waste Recycling Centres are to reopen on 18th May, but for garden waste and wood only to start with.
Residents must book a slot to before visiting the tip as those without a booking will not be allowed to enter. The booking website will open from 10am on 11th May, with just over 39,000 slots available, and bookings can also be made over the telephone on 01522 782070.
“We know the website will be exceptionally busy – so please be patient. New slots will be released daily. We are grateful for your patience, and by working together we can safely restore this much-needed service.“Councillor Eddy Poll, Lincolnshire County Council
Between 18th May and 31st May only garden waste and wood will be accepted, with scrap metal and cardboard also permitted from 1st June.
Councillor Eddy Poll, executive member for Waste and Recycling at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “At 10am on 11 May, we will be releasing just over 39,000 slots for the next two weeks to allow county residents to access our 11 household waste recycling centres.
There are a number of restrictions in place, including vehicle sizes and number of times you can access the sites. Residents must also bring ID and proof of address. This is to ensure we can be operate a fair and safe system.
“We know the website will be exceptionally busy – so please be patient. New slots will be released daily.
“I’d remind residents that if they don’t have a booking – please don’t just turn up as you won’t be allowed in.
“We are grateful for your patience, and by working together we can safely restore this much-needed service.”
For more information about the service, and to book your slot (from 10am on 11th May) see www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/clickandtip