Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Information and Updates

Updates on council services, latest news and information relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Household Recycling and Waste

Information about recycling and waste at home including checking your bin collection dates, reporting issues and information on what goes in each bin.

COVID-19 Service Update

For the latest updates on the Recycling & Waste service, please see Recycling and Waste Coronavirus Updates.

 


 

You can book your bulky uplift here and find out information about the service and what you can have collected as part of your uplift.
Find out about community recycling centre opening times and what can be disposed of at our sites.
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Find out what can be recycled in your blue bin
Food and garden waste is collected in brown bins and collections are every 2 weeks.
The change will increase recycling rates and reduce the amount of money being spent on sending household waste to landfill.
Report waste issues online including illegal fly tipping, litter, dog fouling and reporting missed bins and missing, stolen or damaged bins.
You can check your collection days for your grey, blue and brown bins using the postcode look up service below.
Information on disruptions to bin collections can be viewed here.
Request an assisted collection, additional/replacement blue/brown bins or additional grey bin capacity (red lid)
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You can find details of your nearest glass recycling point (bottle bank) below.
Services are available to residents and businesses to remove all types of waste. Where waste and material for recycling is not being placed in bins, bins are not put out for collection or bins have been overfilled, rubbish can begin to accumulate in gardens, back yards and other areas.
Brown bin collection days are changing from Monday 29 November 2021, you can find out more information here.

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