An update from the team at Xtreme Zero Waste

Xtreme Zero Waste site, shop and services will be back open to the public from this Thursday, May 14, from 12:30pm. The site will be open for drop-offs for greenwaste, cleanfill, landfill and clean ready-for-resale shop items. We look forward to seeing you again ~ just hopefully not all at once!

Safety on-site is very important for both you and our team, so we ask you to follow our signage, be kind, and respect any instruction or requests from our team.

We will be collecting info for contact tracing as you drive in. Please maintain your two-metre distancing while on site. Due to the high volume of drop-offs predicted, please spread out your big loads across a few days.

Hand sanitiser will be available at shop entry, shop counter and the public recycling bay. If you are unwell please stay at home and we hope that you feel better soon.

Our kerbside collection on Friday, May 15 will remain for both Thursday and Friday zones  and we will be picking up pre-paid bags and food waste bins only.

Next week our collections will include all recycling, pre paid rubbish bags and foodwaste. Please remember to continue washing and squashing and separating your recycling.

A CHANGE IN COLLECTION DAY FROM NEXT WEEK:

Thursday and Fridays areas will now be on THURSDAY

Tuesday and Wednesday areas will now be on TUESDAY

Rural Residents: Te Uku & Te Mata seafrieght containers will re-open this Thursday 14th May. Please only drop blue or yellow pre-paid bags, and correctly deposit your recycling. Rural drop offs will return to their original containment: Te Mata Road end, Maungatawhiri Road End, Okete Road end, Waitetuna drop-off site and Cogswell Road end. Pre-paid bags only please.

Thank you to everyone for all of your support and patience.

The Xtreme Zero Waste team