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INEXPENSIVE MOVING IN CHESHUNT

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Monday – Sunday: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM

RECYCLING POINTS CHESHUNT

There are few recycling points Cheshunt. Read the information about the one that is located right in the centre of Cheshunt and check the opening hours. The recycling point Cheshunt is managed by the Borough of Broxbourne and is free to use to all Cheshunt residents. This facility is paid by the council tax the residents of Cheshunt pay to the local council so officially, only those who pay the council tax to the local council I entitled to use this facility. However, there will be no checks on you if you come here to dispose some of your household waste. So what this facility is exactly for? It’s for the disposal of:

The refuse of sacks, plastic bags or loose waste, white goods, electrical goods and any bulky waste is not allowed. So if you’re looking to dispose anything larger than your toaster, this is not the right place for you to come. The recycling points Cheshunt is not is not the recycling centre. You can’t dispose off any furniture or any electrical goods in here. The users of this facility should be aware that anything left on the ground (meaning not placed into the rubbish containers) will be considered as fly-tipping and that is a crime. The area is monitored by CCTV cameras 24 hours a day.

The location of the recycling points Cheshunt

The facility subject of this blog post is located at Windmill Lane in Cheshunt, at the entrance to the The Laura Trott Leisure Centre and Tesco’s car park.

We all know how serious the problem of fly-tipping in Cheshunt is. In order to make people more aware of illegal fly-tipping the local council has produced posters to inform the local residents about the consequences of being indifferent to fly-tipping. We all have a duty of care to ensure our household or business waste is disposed off legally and not fly-tipped. You can avoid an unlimited fine by following this code of conduct:

Around two thirds of fly-tips are household waste. These is the example of fly-tipping which you could be fined for or prosecuted for.

More practical information about Cheshunt can be found on the home page of Removals Cheshunt website.