The level of recyclables in the Alzey-Worms district is now opening again. In the picture you can see garbage near the car park Freimersheim. (Photo: BK / Axel Schmitz)

ALZEY-WORMS – So now they open again, at least on a daily basis: The recycling centers in the district of Alzey-Worms are now open on a daily basis. With the exception of the recycling center in Framersheim, the recycling centers will open for one day each in the next two weeks, from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Tuesday, April 7th and April 14th. open the following recycling centers: Alzey, Dittelsheim-Hessloch, Gau-Odernheim, Mauchenheim, Osthofen and Worrstadt. The following recycling centers open on Thursday, April 9 and April 16: Eich, Eppelsheim, Flonheim, Monsheim, Saulheim and Wollstein. This was announced on Thursday afternoon by the Alzey-Worms district administration.

District Administrator Heiko Sippel says: “However, we have to link the opening of the recycling depots to strict conditions in order to guarantee the security of the deliverers and the employees. The offer can only be maintained if the citizens adhere to it. “So please ask first, if possible deliveries to be postponed until” normal operation “after the end of the contact restrictions. Otherwise, a few conditions must be observed in the next few weeks in order not to be rejected (see information box).

Access conditions

– Delivery only from green waste to a maximum of two cubic meters
– Applies only to citizens of the district of Alzey-Worms, ID check is carried out
– Simultaneous stay of max. 4 deliverers at the recycling center, the access is regulated and the requests of the staff must be followed
– Keep a safe distance.

Due to efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the recycling centers were closed on Friday, March 20, for self-delivery. According to the district administration, the rush in the courtyards had “gotten out of hand”. Due to the massive increase in delivery volumes, the capacities were exhausted at this time, it said. In addition, the district administration no longer guaranteed infection protection for the citizens and staff, which is why the courtyards were closed.

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Kiranpreet Kaur
Staff writer at The Eastern Herald. Studied political science.