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Formby Household Waste Recycling Centre due to finally reopen

MRWA plans to reopen Formby Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) on June 22nd with a booking system.

The Authority reopened the majority of its Household Waste Recycling Centres on 4th May 2020, with the exception of the sites at Sefton Meadows and Formby. At that time, the sites remained closed until suitable traffic management plans could be implemented that would enable resident to use the sites safely, and to minimise the impacts on surrounding highways, businesses and communities.

Following further discussions with the officers at Sefton Council the Authority is proposing to implement a trial booking system for the sites along with traffic management arrangements. The booking system would allow residents to call, or book slot online at a specific time during the day. Residents will provide their car registration and household address during the booking process, to ensure the resident resides in Merseyside.

From Friday 19th June 2020, residents will be able to make bookings, online and also via a dedicated telephone line for time slots available week commencing Monday 22nd June. Booking slots will be released on a rolling weekly basis, once booking slots have been fully allocated, no further slots will be available for that day. When the resident completes and reserves an allocated booking slot they will receive a confirmation email.

The system will be administered by the Authority in partnership with our contractor Veolia, and each site will have a limited number of slots for each day. This allows for the site to be serviced – i.e. containers emptied etc. and also ensure that staff can monitor residents and implement and respect the social distancing rules. This servicing may cause some minor delays to booked appointments which may result in some minor queuing at the sites.

Cars and vans other commercial vehicles including large trailers will not be allowed to access the sites during this trial period and therefore the Permit Line will remain suspended. The Authority continues to develop plans on how these types of vehicles can be readmitted to sites in the near future.

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