Raynesway tip rule changes lead to £500k in savings
Derby City Council has revealed new rules and changes implemented to its Raynesway tip has led to a cash saving of more than half a million pounds.
A new city council report regarding the site and other waste issues in the city revealed the new Raynesway Household Waste and Recycling Centre (HWRC) rules had led to a saving to the tune of £575,000.
Since the coronavirus pandemic a number of new rules have been introduced at the site to ensure people remain socially distanced and safe during their visit. Before the pandemic visitors could visit the tip when they wanted within opening hours.
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But the council set up an online booking system for Derby and Derbyshire residents only to use the service when it reopened …
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