Household Waste Recycling Centres Consultation

Doncaster Council are hosting a public consultation about the usage and experiences of the borough’s Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) by residents and businesses alike.

The current contract to manage and run Doncaster, Barnsley and Rotherham’s Household Waste Recycling Centres is due to end in October 2023.

All three Councils are keen to obtain residents’ opinions on how the current service is run and where improvements can be made. This will help understand what changes if any can be made to better the HWRC experience from October 2023 onwards.

Cllr Mark Houlbrook, Portfolio Holder for Sustainability and Waste, said: “We are engaging with local residents and want to know what they think of the Household Waste Recycling service across the borough – and beyond.

“Information on people’s usage and experience of our centres will help us assess where improvements are necessary and how we go about this. We are within the final 18 months of our current contract with the HWRC providers and this consultation aims to outline the requirements of the next contract.”

The survey is now open and will be live until Sunday 31 July 2022 and completion of the survey will take around 10 minutes:

Residents’ survey

If you are unable to complete the survey online, paper copies can be obtained at the following:

  • Armthorpe Road, Armthorpe HWRC
  • Springwell Lane, Balby HWRC
  • Bentley Moor Lane, Carcroft HWRC
  • Crookhill Road, Conisbrough HWRC
  • Bootham Lane, Hatfield HWRC
  • Bankwood Lane, Rossington HWRC
  • Civic Building, Doncaster

Once the consultation has been completed, the results will be published on the council’s website.

The three councils are also keen to investigate if HWRCs can be used by small and medium businesses to dispose of their commercial waste. Therefore, we are also seeking opinions from local businesses on their waste disposal needs:

Business use survey

  • Category: Bins, recycling & waste

Last updated: 08 June 2022 10:09:25

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