59 days ago

Pop Up refuse transfer stations and glass recycling

Paul Neighbourly Lead from Morrinsville

This message is brought to you by Ex Councillor Paul Cronin. The information comes from Matamata- Piako District Council. I am not connected to them apart from being a rateopayer and a Community Advocate. Pop up Transfer Stations Transfer stations/pop up rubbish disposal
. Please remember not everyone has the internet so, let your friends and neighbours know if they do not have the internet.
In line with the level 4 restrictions from the government, Refuse Transfer Stations are closed. We will have pop up rubbish disposal sites for rural residents, those who don’t receive kerbside collections, and anyone with too much rubbish for their wheelie bin. You can dispose of rubbish in official Council bags between 9am-3.30pm on the following days at these sites:
Te Aroha
April 2 and 17
In front of the Te Aroha Domain on Whitaker St (opposite Countdown)
April 3 and 18 Hetana Street, alongside the public toilets
April 10 and 24
Countdown carpark (off Moorhouse or Studholme Street
Glass recycling
You can also recycle glass at these locations (kindly funded by the Glass Packaging Forum). These sites will be staffed, with strict controls around contact and disposal to keep our communities, staff and contractors safe.

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