Booking systems will remain in place to use Warwickshire’s tips.
There has been a high level of customer satisfaction with the online appointment scheme, brought in to help maintain social distancing, according to Warwickshire County Council.
CoventryLive asked the county council what the future holds for the booking system
A spokesperson has confirmed that it will remain in place.
Councillor Heather Timms, cabinet mer for environment and heritage and culture at Shire Hall, said: “Warwickshire County Council continues to follow the latest guidance from both central government and the Waste Industry Safety and Health (WISH) Forum to review the way in which our household waste and recycling centres are operated.
“We are currently operating a booking system which allows for social distancing on site and helps to manage queues on the highway. There is a high level of customer satisfaction with the booking system which has been highlighted nationally as an example of best practice by other authorities.
“We are continuing with our booking system as this will allow us to manage any changes in local circumstances and take quick action to keep our visitors safe.”
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As we reported in our newsletter, there were initially teething problems with the booking system when it was launched in May, most notably at Judkins in Nuneaton.
In fact, demand for appointments was so high that all of the slots for the Tuttle Hill-based facility were booked in just over 24 hours when it first re-opened.
But moves were made to ensure that more slots were released.
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