The change was introduced last year as a means to ensure social distancing and reduce the spread of coronavirus by preventing residents mixing with each other during their trip.
It comes just in time for the Easter period, when demand is expected to be high.
This is what you can and can't do when you visit from March 29:
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1. Essential visits
Residents are asked to only visit their recycling centres if it is essential, and to hold off attending if possible.
2. Multiple types of waste
Residents will no longer be restricted to one type of waste when they visit their local centre. The change was introduced last year as a means to ensure social distancing and reduce the spread of coronavirus by preventing residents mixing with each other during their trip. Photo: Gary Chan
3. Inert waste from April 12
From Monday, April 12, residents will be able to dispose of construction and demolition waste, also known as inert waste, such as plaster, plasterboard or asbestos. There will be no requirement to obtain a permit to deliver inert waste.
4. Lifting large or bulky items
You must be able to lift and dispose of the waste yourself or with someone accompanying you to the centre. Staff will not be able to help you with large or bulky items due to social distancing. Photo: Sunset Removals