Will Household Waste Collections Be Affected? Covid-19 / Coronavirus York
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Will Household Waste Collections Be Affected? Covid-19 / Coronavirus York, North Yorkshire.
Updates on household waste collections in York UK Covid-19 / Coronavirus. We all are doing our best to support one or another but unfortunately the waste does not stop building up
Will the Covid-19 / Coronavirus affect the way we get rid of our rubbish. According to York city council website yes but not much for domestic waste and rubbish collections LINK HERE
However for businesses this may be different we are also closed for waste and rubbish collections at the minute due to Covid-19 / Coronavirus.
When we are back operating we can come to the rescue for businesses and the general public as waste build up occurs.
Household Waste Recycling Centres
You cannot dispose of excess waste materials which cannot be recycled at the kerbside at moment as Hazel Court, Strensal tips recycling centre in York, North Yorkshire is currently closed. Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC).
Latest waste service update Covid-19 / Coronavirus York
Friday 27 March
We were unable to collect some household waste from Church Gardens in Clifton due to blocked access.
We were unable to collect some recycling from the Poppleton area due to capacity issues. The following streets were missed:
- Lime Garth
- Main Street
- School Lane
We’ll recollect this waste on Saturday 28 March. Please present your containers for collection by 7.00am.
Previous waste service updates Covid-19 / Coronavirus
Thursday 26 March
All household waste was collected as scheduled.
We’re unable to collect recycling waste in Wigginton due to capacity problems.
We’ll return for this missed waste on Friday 27 March. Please present your containers for collection by 7.00am.
Wednesday 25 March
All household waste has been collected as scheduled.
We were unable to collect recycling from the following areas due to blocked access:
- Curzon Terrace
- Montague Street
We were unable to collect recycling from the following areas in due to vehicle breakdown:
- Bonnington Court
- Damson Close
- Hilary Garth
- Peppercorn Court
- Renshaw Gardens
- Willans Grove
We’ll collect all missed recycling on Thursday 26 March. Please present your containers for collection by 7.00am.
Outstanding household waste from Prospect Terrace, Fulford has now been collected.
Tuesday 24 March
All recycling waste was collected as scheduled.
We were unable to collect household waste from Prospect Terrace due to blocked access.
We’ll collect this waste on Wednesday 25 March. Please present your containers for collection by 7.00am.
We are still unable to collect household waste from Knapton House, Rawcliffe due to continued blocked access to the bin store. We’ll reattempt to collect once the site is clear.
Monday 23 March
All scheduled collections have been made.
We are still unable to collect household waste from Knapton House, Rawcliffe due to continued blocked access to the bin store. We’ll attempt to recollect this waste on Tuesday 23 March.
We recollected all outstanding recycling waste in Chapelfields on Saturday 21 March.
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Useful UK Coronavirus / Covid-19 Resources
Please find below a Coronavirus / Covid-19 list of information and resources connected to the 2020 Coronavirus crisis, aimed at a UK audience.
Official sources of information:
NHS Direct – What to do if you or someone in your household is worried they may have symptoms of Covid-19 / Coronavirus.
Gov.uk – Official government advice on Coronavirus / Covid-19 the UK’s “stay at home” order, exemptions, and circumstances on who may or may not leave their house.
Coronavirus / Covid-19 direct address to register for support if you’re in the extremely vulnerable group advised to stay home for 12 weeks is here.
Other sources of help and information:
Shelter is offering housing advice on evictions, rent and mortgage payments for people facing difficulties due to Coronavirus / Covid-19 or the stay at home instructions.
There is support for victims of domestic violence during stay-at-home from Women’s Aid here.
Acas has advice for both employees and employers on support available during the crisis, whether you’re still working, have been furloughed, or face unemployment due to Coronavirus / Covid-19.
The researchers from the House of Commons library have collated all of their briefings on government and parliamentary action on Coronavirus / Covid-19 here.
Places to volunteer help for others: Coronavirus / Covid-19
Trained clinical staff can sign up to rejoin the NHS temporarily here.
Anyone fit and healthy can volunteer to help the NHS as part of its official “good Samaritans” scheme here.
Covidmutualaid.org is listing unofficial local volunteer groups trying to help people in their community.
Places to check and tackle misinformation:
Fact-checking charity FullFact is providing real-time fact checks on Coronavirus rumours and misinformation.
First Draft News is providing resources for writing about and reporting on Coronavirus.
Poynter has a database of international factchecks from a network of sites on Coronavirus.
Other useful resources:
BBC Bitesize has a huge range of free educational content for children now learning at home.
School’s Out 2020 has collated similar resources to help educate children at home.
Open University has a range of free, short online courses for adults looking to pass time during “lockdown”.
The Stage has gathered a large selection of West End and other theatre and musical shows airing for free online following the shutdown of the UK’s theatres.