Please don’t take waste to the Henderson Rd or Redclyffe Transfer Stations, or the Ōmarunui Landfill.
We need people to be patient – a plan for dealing with flood-damaged material is being worked on, says Hastings District Council Civil Defence operations manager Craig Cameron.
“The priority is getting rid of food waste from homes, community by community. As the service is available, individual communities are being advised. We have very many communities to cover, so we need everyone to be patient.”
Council is planning to have Henderson Rd Transfer Station open from Monday (once and only if the Ōmarunui Landfill has reopened).
Ōmarunui is never able to be accessed by the public; it is a commercial landfill. Material from the public transfer station is moved to the landfill.
Hastings residents can drop off waste securely fastened into Council’s official orange rubbish bags, available at New World stores in Flaxmere, Hastings and Havelock North.
20 February 2023
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