The Barrowell Green Household Waste and Recycling Centre will see a £225,000 refurbishment to improve the services it offers to residents.
The centre will be closed throughout October while work takes place to replace the damaged concrete flooring, provide better quality containers for green waste and install gantries.
New road markings will also be painted, and work carried out to improve the flow of traffic throughout the site to reduce waiting times during busy times.
Extra kerbside services will be laid on by Enfield Council to ensure residents will continue to have access to Barrowell Green's services.
Enfield Council's cabinet member for environment, Chris Bond, said: "Barrowell Green is a popular and well-used facility but like any busy site it needs regular maintenance to keep it in tip-top condition.”
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