Household Waste Recycling Centres
There are seven Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) provided and paid for by residents of West Cheshire. These are places where you can deposit and recycle household waste yourself.
If you are passionate about reducing waste, we would like to hear from you. The authority is on the hunt for volunteers to advise and empower local residents to reduce waste, compost at home and make the most of leftover food.
The Waste Reduction Volunteer projects' aim is to reach out to the wider community and inspire the public to change their thinking about waste. Our team of dedicated Waste Reduction Volunteers attend road shows and deliver talks throughout the area, speaking to people about home composting and food waste reduction.
There's never a dull moment. Every month brings a fabulous new opportunity, whether it's delivering talks to the community, working with school gardening clubs, or chatting about Love Food Hate Waste at food festivals. Our volunteers are on hand to inspire and truly make a difference.
The waste reduction volunteer project is a joint scheme being run by Cheshire East Council and Cheshire West and Chester Council.
Cycle security and cycle stands
Cheshire West and Chester Council have a number of cycle lockers available for hire across Chester and Ellesmere Port. They are hired out on a quarterly or yearly basis for a small charge.
The everyday cyclist still has very little protection against other road users, so how can he or she reduce the risks?
Firstly, if you are unsure about riding your bike on the road, get some practice off the road, or at least in a quiet area. Better still, ride with someone more experienced than you and learn from them by following and watching.
The Licensing Act 2003 was designed to allow greater freedom of choice for the public balanced against tougher powers for the police and Licensing Authorities such as Cheshire West and Chester Council, to deal with problem premises.
The Act covers the sale of alcoholic drinks in pubs, clubs, off licences and restaurants; the supply of alcohol in members clubs; the sale of hot drinks and/or hot food between 11pm and 5am. The Act also covers cinemas; theatres; indoor sporting events such as boxing, wrestling and martial arts; the provision of regulated entertainment including music, singing and dancing and events such as pop concerts.
Guidance for food businesses that sell loose food
If your food business provides meals in a café, restaurant or takeaway, food that you wrap yourself, such as loose bread rolls, sandwiches, cakes, deli products or other unpackaged foods or provides institutional catering such as in schools, hospitals and care homes, further information on how the new regulations will affect you can be found on the Food Standards Agency website.
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