A waste recycling plant that is particularly environmentally friendly has recently opened at a cost of £1 million. The site is located in Bexhill Road, as it is called the Household Waste Recycling Site, and it is going to be able to recycle a great deal of materials that are collected from people’s homes. The site is built on a previous recycling facility, but this new one is capable of dealing with a great deal more waste, and waste of a mixed variety.
The site is also easier for users to take advantage of as they don’t have to climb steps in order to place the waste they have collected into the collection containers. Additionally, more containers are going to be at the site so that all waste can be collected and to ensure that the containers do not overflow.
There is going to be a specific area for queuing in traffic in order to access the recycling facilities, which will mean that people don’t have to wait on the main road as they previously did, which caused some problems with traffic. An environmental representative in East Sussex has commented that the Council are working closely with this company in order to make sure that as much waste from the local area is recycled as possible.
Matthew Lock, a city councillor has commented, “I’m delighted to see the tasting residents are going to have this improved recycling facility. It is a convenient and modern place, and it is capable of recycling a wide range of materials.
It is important that everyone plays their part in recycling, and this is a facility that is going to help people do just that.” Alan Gray, who is the general manager of the company behind the scheme has stated, “We’re looking forward to this facility being used by the local people.”