Hours of Operation during Christmas and New Year 2020/21

Opening Hours during Xmas/New Year period 

Wednesday 23 December 2020:         9.00am – 4.00pm (Reduced Hours)

Thursday 24 December 2020:              9.00am – 3.00pm (Reduced Hours)

Friday (Xmas Day) 25 December 2020:           GATE CLOSED

Saturday (Boxing Day) 26 December 2020:    GATE CLOSED

Sunday 27 December 2020:                  9.00am – 3.00pm (Reduced Hours)

Monday 28 December 2020:                9.00am – 3.00pm

Tuesday 29 December 2020:                9.00am – 4.30pm

Wednesday 30 December 2020:         9.00am – 4.30pm

Thursday 31 December 2020:              9.00am – 3.00pm (Reduced Hours)

Friday 01 January 2021:                                      GATE CLOSED

Saturday 02 January 2021:                                 GATE CLOSED

Sunday 03 January 2021:                      9.00am – 3.00pm (Reduced Hours)

Monday 04 January 2021:                     9.00am – 3.00pm (Reduced Hours)

AGM

WHEN-MONDAY 30TH NOVEMBER 2020

TIME-11AM

WHERE- WRRC – HARAKEKE ROOM

Donald Trott gives cakes to celebrate the 9th anniversary for WRRC

 

Another year Donald Trott gifts celebration cakes to the staff of the Whanganui Resource Recovery Centre. Seen here presenting to Centre Manager Dale Cobb to celebrate the 9th anniversary of the Centre.

Thank you Donald for your generous support and making us all feel special at the Whanganui Resource Recovery Centre.

WRRC reopening Tuesday 28 April 2020

The Whanganui Resource Recovery Centre will open for recycling and green waste collection services from Tuesday 28 April 2020

ACCESS

During COVID-19 Alert Level 3, only the front of the Whanganui Resource Recovery Centre will be open for recycling.

HOURS

Monday – Sunday       09.00am – 10.00am    ONLY OPEN TO CITIZENS 65+

Monday – Sunday       10.00am – 04.30pm     OPEN TO ALL -Due to queues and long delays the time of closing may vary.

Monday – Sunday.      04.30pm – 09.00am     CLOSED (Centre will not be accessible during these hours)

We are experiencing heavy volumes and long DELAYS so please follow instructions.

TRAFFIC CONTROL

Staff will manage traffic flow in Maria Place and into the centre.

There will be no walking access to the front of the centre at any time,

YOU MUST REMAIN IN YOUR VEHICLE.

A maximum of (6) vehicles will be permitted access at any one time.

ONE OUT – ONE IN policy

ONLY (1) PERSON from each vehicle is permitted to recycle.

GREENWASTE

Greenwaste entrance is on the left furthest driveway from the Fire Station. Follow signs.

Drive directly to the greenwaste pit and remain in your vehicle.

An operator will process your payment and give further instructions.

EFTPOS SALES ONLY – NO CASH

E WASTE / SCRAP METAL

We will not be accepting these products during COVID-19 Alert Level 3 status.

CONCLUSION

We must apply these stringent controls to preserve the basic principle and purpose for

COVID-19 Alert Level 3 status, to restrict contact with others by implementing effective hygiene practices, maintaining a physical distance and contactless engagement. Community cooperation and calm is encouraged and will ensure a safe environment and experience.

Dale Cobb 

Centre Manager

 

*NEW* ReSource Whanganui website

We’re pleased to be in collaboration with Whanganui District Council and Sustainable Whanganui on this new website. ReSource Whanganui is an A to Z directory specifically for our Whanganui community to learn more about how to Re-educate ourselves to Reduce and Reuse as well as Recycle more of what we currently send to landfill.

Thanks a million Fiona for your support

Another one of our local customers who has generously dropped off some home baking products for the team at the Whanganui Resource Recovery Centre. Fiona Siddals is a regular client, and appreciates the effort and service our team members provide every time she visits the centre. Thanks a million Fiona for your support.

Donald Trott gifts an 8th anniversary cake to WRRC

One of our most regular and respected customers Donald Trott gifts a celebration cake to the staff at the Whanganui Resource Recovery Centre. Seen here presenting the 8th anniversary cake to the Centre Manager Dale Cobb.

Cobb says, “Donald is one of a group of very unique individuals who visit the site regularly, a real gem and genuine good bugger who makes us all feel very special here at the centre. He has been gifting cakes on an annual basis for a number of years now, and we can’t thank Donald enough for his generous support. “

Whanganui Schools – Playing their part in Recycling

Did you know that once a month, our team here at the Whanganui Resource Recovery Centre visit no less than 24 schools in the greater Whanganui region to collect recycled waste.

Give us a call on 06 348 7950, and we will put you in touch with the people who administer that process, but most importantly,

         “BECOME PART OF A LIST OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS WHO PLAY THEIR PART IN RECYCLING!!!