Changes coming to waste drop sites – Coventry City Council

In light of Coventry City Council working with Tom White Waste to reintroduce fortnightly green-lidded bin collections to Coventry households, there are changes coming to some of the drop sites.

In light of Coventry City Council working with Tom White Waste to reintroduce fortnightly green-lidded bin collections to Coventry households, there are changes coming to some of the drop sites.

From this Friday, 18 February, two of the drop sites will be closing – the site at Tom White Waste and Cheylesmore car park which is set to become a Covid- 19 test site.

Four of the sites – War Memorial Park, Hearsall Common, Willenhall Social Club and Aldermans Green Road – will become dual sites on Monday 21 February, where people can take their recycling to be recycled alongside household waste. Recycling can be transported in bags, but bags will need to be emptied on site into the recycling bins.  

Recycling can be taken to all other drop sites, but it currently goes to the waste to energy  plant where it is converted to heat energy.

One drop site will be altering its opening times. The site off Aldermans Green Road will be opening from 9.30-4.30pm from Monday 28 February.

The drop sites have proved popular, with over 360,000 visitors since they opened on 29 December

We want to thank all those who have helped friends, family or neighbours who may not have access to a car over the past month to dispose of their waste.

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Published:
Wednesday, 16th February 2022

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