Sheffield - Service and District Energy Alerts

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Waste, Recycling and District Energy Network Service Alerts

 

27th May 2020 City Wide

Sheffield City Council advise us that from Thursday 28 May 2020, drivers queuing on roads to access Household Waste Recycling Centres will face fines of up to £70 to protect all road users from the dangers associated with unsafe queuing traffic.

 

Traffic Regulation Orders have initially been introduced to the three sites most  affected by unsafe queuing: Beighton Road, Blackstock Road and Longley Avenue West. Vehicles will initially be asked to move on by site staff, and only those drivers who fail to adhere to the instructions given will be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice. The Penalty Charge Notice requires payment of £70, reduced to £35 if paid within 14 days.

 

Whilst we understand this may cause some frustration, by putting these measures in place ensures the safety of the public and our workforce.

                                            14th May 2020 City Wide

HWRCs can only stay open with your co-operation if you use the sites safely and responsibly.

Sheffield City Council and Veolia will not tolerate any physical
or verbal threats to its workforce all such incidents
will be reported to the Police, and the sites may be closed.

It is not acceptable for vehicles to queue outside the sites as this may cause potential danger for other road users trying to pass, and you will be asked to move on. Please listen to our staff.

Residents are asked to be patient if there are delays or queues caused by the restrictions. Whilst sites are currently open, the safety of the public and staff is paramount, and if large numbers of people visit the sites or fail to follow the guidelines, they will be forced to close.

A visit to a HWRC should only be made for essential and unavoidable waste disposal, where the waste cannot safely be stored at home for a sustained period.  This could include:

  • waste that is causing an accessibility, fire or safety issue

  • waste which may attract vermin

Only one person should visit the site, and you should only bring waste that you can safely carry as no assistance can be provided by site staff.

We would encourage residents with significant volumes of DIY waste and garden waste to consider contacting a registered skip hire company.

Residents can arrange for collections to take place from their home for both garden waste and bulky waste.

 

                                             17th April 2020 City Wide

 

HWRCs Update

 

Household Waste Recycling Centres remain open to Sheffield residents only. However Sheffield City Council advise that the POLICE will be issuing FINES at the sites for non-essential visits and a visit must only be made if waste disposal is essential and unavoidable.

 

Residents needing to visit a Household Waste Recycling Centre for essential waste disposal are limited to one visit per day. Social distancing guidance MUST be observed whilst on site to maintain the safety of both the public and workforce.

 

Whilst sites are currently open, the safety of the public and staff is paramount, and if large numbers of people visit the sites or fail to follow the guidelines, they will be forced to close.

 

Staying at Home Saves Lives 

 

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3rd April 2020 City Wide

Resumption of Garden Waste Services

Sheffield City Council and Veolia are planning to restart the Green Service garden waste collections from Monday 6th April.  This is dependent on availability of collection crews so please check for updates.

 

If your garden waste collection is scheduled for Monday 6th April please put your green bin out on the pavement before 7am.

2nd April 2020 City Wide

Please sanitise your bin handles

Help us to keep you and our bin crews safe by taking these simple precautions.

Please wash your hands before putting your bins out for collection.  Wipe the handles with soap and water, sanitiser or bleach.

Repeat this process once your bin has been emptied when you return it to your property.  Wipe down the handles well and wash your hands.

 

Thank you.

                                           31st March 2020 City Wide

Waste and Recycling Calendars

Current Waste and Recycling collection calendars that were previously delivered through letterboxes across Sheffield have now expired. 

Due to the likely impact of the coronavirus on bin collections, we have decided to delay the delivery of new calendars until services are back to normal.  Until then you can find out your collection day and download a collection calendar at:

Collection Day Finder

31st March 2020 City Wide

  HWRCs Update, COVID-19

HWRCs will continue to open Winter operational hours of 10am - 4pm until further notice. 

Currently the Household Waste Recycling Centres remain open for Sheffield Residents only.

Unfortunately, at the moment, we are not accepting any new applications for permits.

Residents should only visit a site for essential waste disposal.

Please also observe the advice on social distancing whilst on site to maintain the safety of both the public and workforce.

Limits are in place on the number of vehicles allowed on site at any one time.

If guidance is not adhered to then HWRC sites will be forced to close.

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