Dudley Council provides a green waste service for the collection of garden waste from each household.
Existing green wheelie bins are for garden waste only. If you don't already have a green bin or you would like an additional one you can order one from Dudley Council Plus. Please note, an additional bin is a chargeable service.
We have added to our already popular green waste collection service, by offering additional chargeable green bins to those residents who have a need to dispose of more green waste.
This is an optional service and the money it generates is put back into the maintenance of the additional demand on the vehicles and equipment.
If you are creating additional garden waste and cannot fit it into your green wheelie bin please consider the following options:
Please note that we will not collect any excess garden waste due to health and safety considerations.
Requests for new or replacement green bins are chargeable. This includes occupancy of new build properties as well as bins that may have been lost, damaged or stolen. The cost is £29.30. This charge is for the administration and delivery of the bin. The bin remains the property of the Council.
The additional bins, which have brown lids, can be purchased for a one off fee. An additional annual fee for the collection of the extra waste is also charged. If you move home you can transfer the collection service to your new property and take your additional 'brown-lid bin' with you.
If you have a query or issue relating to a collection please report it using our online form.
Please also note:
If the collection crew have placed a yellow sticker on the rubbish it means that the waste is considered to be contaminated. These items will NOT be removed and remain the responsibility of the householder for removal.
Nearly a third of what we all throw away is garden and kitchen waste (e.g. grass cuttings, leaves or fruit and vegetable peelings).
This can easily be turned into compost, making your garden greener and reducing the amount of rubbish that is sent to landfill. This is turn also helps to reduce the costs associated with taking away your garden waste.
Digging compost into your garden will help to improve the texture, drainage and aeration of the soil and adds nutrients. Home composting is also the environmentally friendly alternative to peat based products.