Household Waste Recycling Centres Consultation

Residents and businesses are invited to give feedback on our Household Waste Recycling Centres by taking part in a consultation.  

The current contract to manage and run the centres across Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham is due to end in October 2023.

The three councils are inviting residents' opinions on how the current service is run and where any improvements can be made. This will help us understand what changes if any can be made to improve the service from October 2023 onwards.

We’re also seeking opinions from local businesses on their waste disposal needs.

The survey will be open from Monday 6 June to Sunday 31 July 2022 and will take about 10 minutes to complete.

The survey for residents can be found at the Residents Consultation page and a version for businesses can be found at the Business Consultation page.

If you are unable to complete the survey online, paper copies can be obtained at any of our HWRCs, as well as Library @ The Lightbox, Barnsley, Goldthorpe Library, Penistone Library and Wombwell Library.

Cllr James Higginbottom, Cabinet Spokesperson for Environment and Transport said: “Recycling and reducing waste is a really important part of protecting our environment. We want to encourage people to recycle wherever possible and our Household Waste Recycling Centres are integral to how we achieve that.

"We want to hear from residents about how we can continue to improve the service even further.

“Please take a moment to fill in the survey which can be found at Barnsley.gov.uk/HaveYourSay

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