Bristol news Date for when new recycling centre in South Bristol will open PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - It should reduce queues at the existing two tips

Bristol news Date for when new recycling centre in South Bristol will open PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - It should reduce queues at the existing two tips

Bristol news  Date for when new recycling centre in South Bristol will open PremierLeague-News.Com
14 May 2021 - 13:46

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A new recycling centre for south Bristol will finally open ‘early in 2022’, a new city councillor for the area has confirmed. Work began in March on the new household recycling centre on land off Hartcliffe Way in Bedminster - years after it was originally proposed. Now the newly-elected city councillor for Hartcliffe, Kerry Bailes, posted an update on the progress of the work on the new centre, which is being constructed near the Bedminster Fire Station, at the bottom of the Western Slopes. “Construction work started on the site in early March 2021, and will continue to run until November 2021,” she posted on her councillor Facebook page, “with an access bridge being installed in late summer 2021. Once the site works are finished, Bristol Waste will begin the final fit out and begin to recruit and train staff with the site due to open in early 2022,” she added. The household recycling centre will be the first south of the river - people across South Bristol have to cross the city to go to either the centre in Avonmouth or the one in St Phillips - which saw queues of up to three hours during March and April this year. “Based on the site of the Street Cleansing Depot in Hartcliffe Way – it will be the largest household recycling centre in the region,” the community website for Knowle West reported. “The new facility will mean South Bristol residents will no longer have to travel across the city to recycle their waste in St Philips and Avonmouth.

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. “The design of the centre aims to avoid queues in the road outside after consultations and site visits with local residents and organisations in 2019 – who expressed concern about traffic building up in the area,” they added. Bristol Waste said the opening of the third recycling centre in the city will help the queues at the other two. "Our new centre will bring extra recycling capacity to the city, helping to meet growing demand and providing residents with a modern, accessible, facility. Having a third site in the city will help to reduce congestion at our two existing sites," a spokesperson for Bristol Waste said. "Redirecting reusable items from disposal will help Bristol reach our ambitious recycling targets, reduce costs and save valuable resources. "Profits from the sale of reusable items will be reinvested in waste reduction schemes, as well as supporting local charities. A reuse workshop will also be built into the site to support this vital work."

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