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Collections and calendar

Last Modified September 12, 2022
 

What is being collected this week?

It's week 1 in our collection cycle

Please put out your black bin

Week 1 - no blue box

It's week 2 in our collection cycle

Please put out your green and brown bins.

Household recycling brown and green bins.

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You can also download and print the July - Dec 2022 calendar (pdf, 149kb).

Public holiday 19 September

 

 

Following Her Majesty the Queen's funeral on Monday 19 September all refuse (black bin) collections will take place a day later than usual. Please refer to the table below.

Bin collection changes
Normal collection day  Revised collection day 
 Monday 19 September Tuesday 20 September 
 Tuesday 20 September Wednesday 21 September 
 Wednesday 21 September Thursday 22 September 
 Thursday 22 September Friday 23 September 
Friday 23 September  Saturday 24 September 

Every house should have a black bin, green bin and brown bin. What bins should I have?

All bins are collected over a two week period, on the same day each week:

  • Week 1 - black bin
  • Week 2 - green bin and brown bin 

 

 Week 1 - no blue boxWeek 2 NEW

 

 

 

 

Please place bins/boxes on your boundary by 6am on the day of your collection.

What day is my collection?

To find out which day your collection takes place please enter your postcode

Please note: the collection days stated are for houses only. If you live in a flat or property with communal bin stores please contact us directly. The same applies to school buildings and trade/commercial premises.

Assisted collections

If you find it difficult to put your bin out on your boundary for collection due to age or medical reasons and don't have anyone else in your household to do it for you, we can help. Request an assisted collection (pdf, 81kb).

 

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