Recycling and waste update 09/4/2020
Bank Holiday collections. Good Friday: Normal collections. From Bank Holiday Monday, all collections will run one day later than normal, finishing on Saturday – check your collection days here
The garden waste collection service has temporarily ceased – more infomation
There are no changes to red & purple recycling, food waste, glass recycling and black bag collections they will take place as normal.
We ask everyone to continue to use their kerbside waste collections as normal. Please recycle all that you can and use your two black bags for any non-recyclable waste. We will not be taking any additional black bags at the kerbside, as we do not have the capacity on the collection rounds.
Please ensure that your waste is out for collection before 6am as our crews may arrive at a different time to normal.
All Household Waste Recycling Centres are closed until further notice – More information
New registrations for the garden waste service are now suspended – More information
The Community Hubs are now closed.
Our other bag outlets across the County will continue to be stocked with bags dependent on their own circumstances.
List of all Recycling Bag Outlets
The Bulky Waste collection service run by Homemakers Recycling has stopped until further notice.
The Reuse Shop in Llanfoist will be closed until further notice.
Important information for waste collections
Please do not put tissues, kitchen roll, toilet paper or wipes in your red recycling bags. They must go in your black bags. If someone in your household has symptoms of Covid 19 any personal waste should be double bagged and put aside for 72 hours before being put out in your black bags for collection.
Recycling & Waste during Corona-virus FAQs
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