Service update: Our residential and commercial waste services have been severely impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please disregard any information listed below and read our news story for full detail on service disruptions.
Did you know: Each household discards an average of 1.2 tonnes of waste each year.
Some things in the grey bins that end up in landfill don't belong there.
- Food Waste - All the food waste collected is turned into compost and green energy and used to power homes and businesses.
- Plastic bottles, food and drink cans, paper - including junk mail - textiles, shoes and glass bottles and jars - can be reused or recycled and turned into new products.
- Garden waste - vegetable peelings, paper and cardboard - can be composted at home. please note: garden waste is also collected by the Council via the brown bin collection service.
We are always looking at ways to improve our service and hope you can help us reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill by recycling.
Reminder when presenting bins for collection
Please keep walkways passable, be sure the lids of your bins are closed and recyclables covered.
In very windy weather, boxes and caddies can blow away if not secured. Assess the situation carefully and do not put out recycling if it's too windy or if high winds are expected overnight, and please take bins and boxes back in as soon as possible after emptying.