Message From Your County Councillor: E-Permit Scheme For Recycling

From October 2019, you will need an e-permit to dispose of household waste at any of the nine CCC Household Recycling Centres using a commercial-type vehicle or any trailer in excess of 1.5m length (excluding the towing mechanism) or 570 litre capacity. E-permits are free of charge and will only be issued to Cambridgeshire residents on a per household basis. The e-permit allows a maximum of 12 visits to a site within a 12 month period. If you use up your allowance, you will have to wait until the 12 month period has passed to renew your e-permit.
A vehicle that requires a permit and is towing a trailer of any accepted size will count as two visits if they both contain waste.

Residents without internet access can obtain a permit by telephoning 0345 045 5207.

To apply for your free e- permit go to https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/residents/waste-and-recycling/household-recycling-centre-e-permit-scheme/

County Councillor Mrs Julie Wisson

Offord D’Arcy Eel Screens – Ouse Valley Way

Works at the Anglian Water Offord Water Treatment Works have been postponed until the Autumn. Exact dates for commencement and duration of the project will appear on this website when the Parish Council has been advised by Anglian Water. Until then, click on the following link to view the sign that will be displayed on the walking route in the coming weeks to inform residents and visiting walkers of the planned works.

UPDATE: Anglian Water will commence works on site at the Offord D’Arcy Intake this week. The footpath past the works will remain open until the 28 October 2019.

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