Refuse and Recycling

Refuse and recycling services, including the side waste restriction, will continue as normal for the two weeks of the lockdown

This time is different to the last lockdown. This lockdown is limited to two weeks and we fully expect recycling centres to reopen on the 9th November.

We will still collect your recyclables every week and your general waste every other week. There is no limit on the amount of recyclables you can put out.

As part of the Welsh Government Coronavirus Fire-break lockdown, Recycling Centres will close at 5pm on Friday 23rd October.

Any bookings made from 24th October onwards have now been cancelled.Please check our website for updates on re-opening dates.

Refuse and recycling services, including the side waste restriction, will continue as normal for the two weeks of the lockdown

This time is different to the last lockdown. This lockdown is limited to two weeks and we fully expect recycling centres to reopen on the 9th November.

We will still collect your recyclables every week and your general waste every other week. There is no limit on the amount of recyclables you can put out.

Reintroduction of side waste restriction

We have reintroduced our side waste restriction policy. This means we will stop collecting side waste at the kerbside. So if you present more waste in addition to your wheelie bin or more than 3 black bags, our crews will not collect your extra waste. More information

If your household is affected by Coronavirus (with one or more self-isolating due to symptoms or having been diagnosed), any waste materials you come into contact with need to be handled carefully before they are collected to help prevent further spread of the virus.

Please wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before and after handling any waste and recycling containers.

Please ensure you follow the procedures below to comply with Government guidance:

  • DO NOT place any contaminated items in your recycling bags/boxes.
  • All contaminated items you produce, including tissues, masks, cleaning cloths and wipes, need to be put into a plastic bag. Tie the top of the bag to prevent escape of the material.
  • Put the bag inside another bin liner and tie the top of that bag.
  • Keep the bagged waste for a period of 72 hours in a place that cannot be accessed by other people or pets.
  • After 72 hours have passed, you can place the double bagged waste in your wheeled bin or placed with your other black bags.
  • Keep the wheeled bin/bag on your property until the day of collection.
  • Do not present this waste for collection if 72 hours have not passed.

There is no change to our bulky waste collection service. Please do not call us to book a bulk collection. Do it online. We appreciate slots get booked up quickly.

We will be releasing them regularly so please keep checking here