Recycling in Dorset

Whether you have a permit or not, Dorset Council like to know more about how you use your local Household Recycling Centre (HRC, or “the tip”) and your views on the current permit system.

The Recycling Centre Vehicle Access Policy was last amended in 2009. Usage patterns and demands on Dorset Council recycling centres have changed since then.

Some vehicles need a permit to access Dorset Council’s Household Recycling Centres, and some are not allowed on site at all. This is mainly to prevent abuse by traders who illegally deposit commercial waste at the household recycling centres. These permits are currently free.

To apply for, update or cancel a permit (only one permitted vehicle per household) – please click HERE.

To give your views on the current system – please complete their short survey HERE.


Clothes Banks By School Empty & Ready For More

The two big clothes banks located just outside the school gates have just been emptied after being full for over a week.  The P.T.A. did receive lots of messages and thanks to everyone for their patience.
Village resident, Hazel Catton stated that they usually are emptied every two weeks and as she lives around the corner, usually notices if they should fill up before then.  Any queries, please message her through Facebook.
Deposits can be made at any time.  All of the clothes donated raise vital funds to help support our village school.

Thank you for all donations so far – please keep them coming!

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