Bank holiday recycling and waste collection day reminder

Householders are being reminded that their recycling and waste will be collected a day later next week following the early May bank holiday.

Bank holiday recycling and waste collection day reminder

As a result of the early May bank holiday, collections will be a day later than normal. For example, collections that would normally be made on Monday 6 May will instead be made on Tuesday 7 May, continuing like this throughout the week with collections that would normally be made on Friday 10 May being made on Saturday 11 May.

Collections will return to normal on Monday 13 May.  Full details here.

Any residents unsure about which day they should put out their recycling or waste, or wanting more information about what can/can’t be recycled, can check here or refer to their collection calendar.

Household Recycling Centres are open as usual over the bank holiday, daily from 9am-5pm each day.

Early May bank holiday recycling/waste collection days:

Normal collection day /   Revised collection day
Monday 6 May               /   Tuesday 7 May
Tuesday 7 May              /   Wednesday 8 May
Wednesday 8 May        /   Thursday 9 May
Thursday 9 May            /   Friday 10 May
Friday 10 May               /   Saturday 11 May



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