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Opening date of Keynsham Reuse and Recycling Centre announced

Date published: 2023-04-05 | Category: Waste and Recycling , Keynsham Recycling Hub

Architects image of Keynsham Recycling Hub

The first phase of the Keynsham Recycling Hub has been completed and the new Reuse and Recycling Centre will open on Monday 17 April.

Public access to the new Reuse and Recycling Centre will be via World’s End Lane, which has been widened to a two-way road with a dedicated cycle path and footpath.

Visitors to the new centre will be advised to use the signposted route via Broadmead Lane roundabout and Ashmead Road.

All council operational vehicles will use a separate site entrance in Pixash Lane.

The current Keynsham Recycling Centre in Pixash Lane will close and be incorporated into the construction.

Mandy Bishop, chief operating officer of Bath & North East Somerset Council, said: “This new purpose-built public household waste and recycling centre will be quicker and easier for residents to use, with expanded recycling provision to make it possible for people to recycle even more.”

Construction on Phase 2 of the Keynsham Recycling Hub will continue, but site traffic will use the main entrance on Pixash Lane. It is anticipated that Phase 2 will be completed over the winter.

Landscaping and tree and hedgerow planting around the new recycling centre will be ongoing as the correct size and species of trees become available.

Information on the new Reuse and Recycling Centre can be found on the council website including directions and a layout of the new site.

The opening times will remain the same:

Monday to Friday        8am to 4.15pm

Saturday:                    9am to 3.45pm

Sunday                        9am to 1pm

Bank Holidays             8am to 3.45pm

More information about the Keynsham Recycling Hub project is available on the council website:

If you have any questions, please email



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