Information about household waste collection
Bin and sack collection
Information about our wheelie bin and black sack waste collection
Find out about how to arrange the collection of large items from your home
If you are unable to move your bins you may be eligible for an assisted collection
Information for what to do with commercial waste as a business owner
Christmas waste and recycling collection dates
|Collection due||Revised collection date|
|Monday 25 December||Saturday 23 December|
|Tuesday 26 December||Wednesday 27 December|
|Wednesday 27 December||Thursday 28 December|
|Thursday 28 December||Friday 29 December|
|Friday 29 December||Saturday 30 December|
|Monday 1 January||Tuesday 2 January|
|Tuesday 2 January||Wednesday 3 January|
|Wednesday 3 January||Thursday 4 January|
|Thursday 4 January||Friday 5 January|
|Friday 5 January||Saturday 6 January|
Residents should be aware that during periods of bad weather there could be some disruption to our collection service.
We always make every effort to carry out collections as normal. But unfortunately this is not always possible. Collections may need to be altered or delayed.
Should we experience any bad weather we will keep you informed on our website and social media channels.
Coronavirus and household waste
Personal waste such as used tissues, disposable cleaning cloths and face masks can be stored securely within disposable rubbish bags.
When being disposed of these bags should be placed into a second bag. They should also be tied securely. Where possible they should be put aside for at least 72 hours before being placed with your usual rubbish.
Other household waste can be disposed of as normal.
Damage or injury caused by collection vehicles
If you believe that damage or injury has been caused by one of our Waste Care collection vehicles, please contact us with the form below.