Find out where Dereham's new recycling centre will be
Plans will finally be released tomorrow for a long awaited �1million recycling centre in Dereham. Norfolk County Council said the new centre, the location of which will be revealed tomorrow, could be opened by Autumn 2010.
Plans will finally be released on Tuesday for a long awaited �1million recycling centre in Dereham.
Norfolk County Council said the new centre, the location of which will be revealed tomorrow, could be opened by Autumn 2010.
To find out more read here on Tuesday afternoon.
The town has been awaiting a new centre since the household waste site at nearby Beetley and East Bilney closed in October 2004.
People have faced round trips of up to 30 miles instead to the household waste sites at Ashill or Hempton.
New plans for a site in Dereham were scheduled to be revealed earlier this year, but then the project was delayed.
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By the end of this year it is hoped that a planning application will have been submitted and a full public consultation held.