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Recycling Centre Resident’s Permit From 2 April 2013 you will need a free electronic Resident’s Permit. You will not be able to use the centres without this. You do not need to apply for a permit if: Registration is free and for residents of Bath and North East Somerset only. • You already have an electronic Van By registering, your vehicle licence plate Permit and are using this vehicle to will be recognised electronically when you visit the centre. enter our centres proving automatically • You have a resident’s Discovery Card and that you are a resident. Your Resident’s show this on site each time you visit Permit will last for three years. (this allows free or discounted admission The permit is not something physical to various museums and other heritage that you have to carry with you – it is sites in Bath and North East Somerset) an electronic authorisation based on your www.bathnes.gov.uk/discoverycard vehicle licence plate. www.bathnes.gov.uk/residentpermit


Why do you need a permit?

In person:

We pay a significant amount of money each year for non Bath and North East Somerset residents to dispose of their waste for free at our recycling centres. We cannot continue to subsidise this.

Please visit your nearest or most convenient Council Connect One Stop Shop

This new permit should make it fairer for all - your Council Tax pays for you to dispose of household rubbish and recycling created by you, and not that of residents living in other authorities. As well as helping us save costs, this should also reduce queuing times for you at the centres. Our neighbouring authorities have already introduced similar schemes. How to register for your permit Registering is easy and will only take a couple of minutes. We just need to know your name, address and vehicle registration(s) – you do not need your Council Tax account number or any other details. The easiest and most convenient way to register is online at www.bathnes.gov.uk/residentpermit

• Bath One Stop Shop, Manvers Street • The Hollies, Midsomer Norton • Riverside Keynsham At your local library: You can register at your local library by using the ‘Free Access’ facility available on the computers in all libraries. Find out more www.bathnes.gov.uk/residentpermit Council Connect 01225 39 40 41 Text SMS 07797 806545 councilconnect@bathnes.gov.uk www.facebook.com/recycleforbathnes If you need this leaflet in large print, Braille, audio format or your own language please contact us.

If you do not have access to the internet, Council Connect can help you with your application: By phone:

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Please call Council Connect on 01225 39 40 41 Get the free mobile app at

http:/ / gettag.mobi

Recycling Centre Resident's Permit Information  

Since 2 April 2013, all residents of Bath and North East Somerset must possess a free electronic Resident’s Permit to use any of the area's...

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