We know how important recycling is to people and I would urge them to continue to do so, either at Newham Grange, one of the other sites in the town or at the household waste recycling centre at Haverton Hill.
What does HWRC stand for?
HWRC stands for Household Waste Recycling Centre (UK)
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We have 6 other meanings of HWRC in our Acronym Attic
- 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 Recovery 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
- Hoof Withdrawal Reflex Latency
Samples in periodicals archive:
Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA) is reminding local people that the region's 14 Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC) are open most days, where all sorts of leftovers can be recycled for free.
Take your trees to the visitor centre at Ogden Water, Halifax or you can recycle them at Hullen Edge Park in Elland and Wellholme Park in Brighouse, or at Household Waste Recycling Centres in Brighouse and Elland.
The state-of-the art household waste recycling centre will be capable of taking 10,000 tonnes of material a year and will incorporate a purpose-built charity re-use shop, while the transfer station will handle up to 70,000 tonnes of waste, of which 50,000 tonnes will be kerbside-collected municipal rubbish.
Broomsdene Household Waste Recycling Centre - known locally as The Brooms tip - at Stoney Heap, Leadgate, near Consett, is one of six recycling centres which Durham County Council intends to close as part of cost-cutting measures.
Unwanted and broken items can be taken to any of Wirral's three Household Waste Recycling Centres at Bidston, Clatterbridge and West Kirby, where they will be recycled.
Christie could take her old video recorder to her local household waste recycling centre so it can be recycled rather than being thrown away.