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Weighbridge

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Most councils have public weighbridge details on their websites. Google UKGOV “Find a weighbridge ”. Enter postcode and you’re away.
 
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In our area all the weighbridges listed by the council as public are sited at commercial premises. There isn’t a council owned weighbridge available fir public use.
 
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In our area all the weighbridges listed by the council as public are sited at commercial premises. There isn’t a council owned weighbridge available fir public use.
OC, I think you will find that councils issue licences for weighbridges,
 
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Camel I agree they are all licenced by the council as they used to come under Trading Standards. They serve two main purposes. One to ensure that goods traded are accurately weighed for sale-buy transactions. The other, to ensure vehicles aren’t overloaded. My nearest one is less than a mile from home. It’s a major recycling business. But absolute nightmare to navigate around with trucks loading, unloading and queuing. Done it once and relay now in spreadsheets self weighing and a bit of discipline. Doesn’t necessarily include Mrs OC. :eek:
 
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Feb 13, 2020
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If all else fails, try a scrap yard. Its rare these don't have one for weighing off loads.
 
Feb 16, 2020
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Thanks everyone for your replies. The guys at Entrec were very helpful so we'll be paying them a visit.
 
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Let us now how you get/got on, that's only down the road from me and would be good to know of they're a friendly bunch
 

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