Nelson City Council will reopen the transfer station at Pascoe Street from Tuesday, 28 April for greenwaste and refuse only
Nelson City Council will reopen the transfer station at Pascoe Street from Tuesday, 28 April for greenwaste and refuse only. The free recycling drop off is closed, so please do not bring any recycling to the transfer station.
In order to keep contact to a minimum, payments will be contactless. Payments in cash will not be permitted. The charges for greenwaste and refuse will remain the same, and pre-paid blue bags will continue to be accepted free of charge.
Access to the station will operate on a one-in-one-out basis, so there is a possibility of queues forming at peak times. Please remain in your car while waiting. Please also try to minimise the number of people you bring from your bubble, and leave children at home.
If you are in a group with a higher risk level for COVID-19, it is advised that you stay away from the transfer station at this time.
To relieve pressure on the transfer station, Council asks that you assess how necessary your trip there is and limit yourself to waste that is a risk to the health and safety of your bubble.
Once at the gate, you will be asked for some personal details to aid with contact tracing requirements. Providing this information is a condition of entry to the transfer station.
All staff will maintain physical distancing rules, so will not be in a position to offer customers any assistance.
Usual operating hours apply.
• The Nelson Environment Centre Reuse Shop remains closed.
• No hazardous disposal service is available during Alert Level Three.
• No tyres will be accepted during Alert Level Three.
• Commercial scrap metal only.
• No public use of restrooms at any time.
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