Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2020

Updated: Wed 1st Apr

Wrexham Council to close its household waste recycling centres due to coronavirus for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Apr 1st, 2020

The three household waste recycling centres across Wrexham are to temporarily close.

Wrexham Council confirmed the change in its daily update on how coronavirus is affecting local services.

The Plas Madoc site closed yesterday, and Bryn Lane and Brymbo will close by 4pm on Friday 3rd April.

In a joint statement Chief Executive Ian Bancroft and Council Leader Mark Pritchard, said that the closures were taking place in line with the UK Government’s guidance on essential travel.

The sites could close sooner than Friday if they become too busy.

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