Aberdeenshire Council seasonal garden waste points to open next month
Aberdeenshire Council’ seasonal garden waste points will reopen on Saturday, April 10.
While there is no need to book, traffic management and physical-distancing measures will apply and visitors are being advised to stay in their vehicle until called forward.
Staff will be unable to assist with any unloading or lifting.
These sites are only to be used for grass clippings and small trimmings - not for larger trees and bushes which take up too much space and which should be taken to one of the household recycling centres.
Visitors should not arrive before the opening times to enable council operatives to have traffic management measures in place.
The sites at Aboyne and Ballater are now being operated on a half-day basis. The site at the transport museum in Alford will continue operating until the new recycling centre opens.
The recycling points operate on Saturdays from April 10 to October 30 at:
Aboyne: Station Square car park - 12noon - 3pm
Alford: Transport Museum car park - 8am-12noon and 12.30pm-3pm
Ballater: Roads Depot, South Deeside Road - 8am-11am
Balmedie: Leisure Centre car park, Eigie Road - 1pm- 4pm
Blackburn: School car park, Fintray Road - 8am-11am
Inverbervie: Beach Front Car Park, off Kirkburn – 12noon-3pm
Kemnay: Birley Bush Council depot - 8am-11am
Kintore: Midmill School car park, Carnie Road - 1pm-4pm
Mintlaw: Waste Depot, South Street - 8am-12noon;12.30pm-3pm
Newmachar: Summerhill Park car park, Pinkie Road - 8am-11am
Newtonhill: Bettridge Centre car park - 8am-11.40am
Oldmeldrum: Academy bus car park, Colpy Road - 1pm-4pm
St Cyrus: Ecclesgreig Road Car Park - 8am-11am