Staff from the county council's waste management team will be at household waste recovery centres during the week to hand out leaflets and provide advice on the environmental benefits of home composting.
What does HWRC stand for?
HWRC stands for Household Waste Recovery Centre (UK)
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We have 6 other meanings of HWRC in our Acronym Attic
- Height-to-Weight Ratio (body measurement)
- Henley Women's Regatta (UK)
- Hot Water Return
- Hot Wet Rock
- Hull Weight Ratio
- Hazardous Waste Reduction Act
- Hazardous Waste Remedial Actions Program
- Hazardous Waste Research Center (est. 1988)
- Health and Wellness Resource Center
- High Wycombe Riding Club (est. 1989; UK)
- Household Waste Recycling Centre (UK)
- Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council (UK)
- Household Waste Recycling and Disposal Site (UK)
- Hawaii Whale Research Foundation (Lahaina, HI)
- Heavy Water Reactor Facility
- Hurricane Weather Research and Forecast
- Hartford Wanderers Rugby Football Club (Connecticut)
- Houston Walking and Racking Horse Association (Texas)
- Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School (Hamilton, MA)
- Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
All household waste recovery centres across Northumberland will take them - and a number of collection points have been arranged within communities to maximise the number that can be recycled.
To support this regional operation, SITAUK has more than forty disposal and treatment facilities, including three operational landfill sites, the Tees Valley energy-from-waste facility, eight transfer stations and over thirty Household Waste Recovery Centres.
Families are now being encouraged to recycle their glass by taking it to one of many local bottle banks provided across the county, or to their local household waste recovery centre.
Morpeth household waste recovery centre (HWRC), formerly known as Whorral Bank, will reopen on March 4 with a modem split-level design so users no longer have to climb steps, and with scope for users to recycle more different types of materials.
The household waste recovery centre in Seghill will close on April 6 as part of cost-cutting budget plans agreed by the county council.
The recycled materials that residents put out for collection - and similar materials from household waste recovery centres - is initially sorted and bulked up by Sita UK at various sites in the area.
The Household Waste Recovery Centre at Seghill would be closed, saving pounds 120,000, while six of its least used libraries could also be shut to save pounds 28,000.