Visiting the Site
We are keen for everyone to discover more about what happens to our waste and to think about ways of reducing the amount of waste we produce. A visit to our site will give you a chance to see how we manage your waste. You can visit the composting areas, new Material Recycling Facility (MRF) and landfill site.
Visits and tours of our site are open to the whole of the Cambridgeshire community. Our Education Centre opened in November 2009 and offers activities and workshops to schools and colleges. For School/College visits please click here.
Information to help plan a visit
For directions to the site please click here.
For individuals and small groups of people who would like to visit the site we run Open Visits. These normally take place on the first Tuesday of every month at 10am.
The next Open Visit will be Tuesday, 14th January 2014 at 10am.
Please contact the Education Centre staff to book a place. See contact details below.
Arranging a Visit
Check availability by contacting Karen Brenchley or Mike Freed. Contact details below.
We will send you a booking form and on receipt of the booking form we will confirm the booking date.
Karen Brenchley or Mike Freed.
Education Centre Coordinators
We now have two outreach officers, Nick King and Mike Freed, who can come and give a talk or presentation to your group or business. Please contact Nick at Nick.King@ameycespa.com or Mike at Mike.Freed@ameycespa.com or phone 01223 815490.
While you are in the area why not visit our neighbours at the Emmaus Community? This self-reliant Community of 28 formerly homeless people (known as Companions) has been in existence for 20 years and is part of an international movement, reusing and recycling all manner of household goods. A visit will include the opportunity to see around the Community home, lose yourself in the second-hand emporium and enjoy coffee and homemade cakes in the coffee shop. For details contact phone 01223 863657 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information have a look at the Emmaus website.
Re-Imagine Resource Centre
A new community resource centre, supported by AmeyCespa and Cambridgeshire County Council, has opened in Witchford near Ely.