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Household waste recycling centres in the Highlands close to the public following Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown; Highland Council's kerb-side recycling and waste collections unaffected

By Philip Murray

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Dingwall recycling centre.
Dingwall recycling centre.

ALL household waste recycling centres in the Highlands have closed to the public with immediate effect – following the announcement of the nationwide coronavirus lockdown.

Highland Council confirmed the closures in a quick Tweet to the public on Tuesday morning.

Kerb-side recycling and waste services continue, although the brown garden waste bin collections were suspended yesterday.

"Recycling centres – due to the government imposed lockdown all Household Waste Recycling Centres are now closed to the public," a Highland Council spokesman confirmed.

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