We have had to change the way that some of our services operate to meet the guidelines set out by the government in response to the Coronavirus pandemic and to provide additional support for those affected.
Properties that aren’t suitable for wheeled bins are provided with seagull proof sacks and in almost all cases will receive a weekly collection.
Please make sure that all waste is in tied bags so that the collection crew can lift them out.
- Items that can’t be recycled
- Black plastics
- Pet litter and waste
- Nappies and hygiene waste
- Plastic wrapping e.g. cling film and plastic bags
- Wrapped, broken glass
- No loose waste - please put waste in tied bags
- No food waste - please use your food waste collection
- No items collected for recycling - please use your recycling containers
- No garden waste - please see what shall I do with my garden waste?
- No hazardous waste e.g. asbestos or plasterboard - please use a private contractor or the recycling centre
- No hypodermic needles and clinical waste - contact us regarding clinical waste
- No rubble, earth and stones - please use a private contractor or the recycling centre
- No DIY waste - please use a private contractor or the recycling centre
- No engine oil, paint or chemicals - please use a private contractor or the recycling centre
- No bulky household waste - please see what shall I do with my bulky waste?
- Electrical items or equipment - please use your recycling collection or the recycling centre
- Book a slot a the tip (recycling centre)
- When is my bin collected?
- What to do with garden waste
- What can I do with bulky waste?
- What goes in my bin?
- My bin hasn't been collected
- Get a clinical or sharps waste collection
- Where are the recycling banks?
- Get a new/replacement bin
- Flats and communal collections
- Recycle electrical items
- Get an assisted collection
- How can I reduce my waste and save money?
- Commercial waste collections
- Recycling card and paper
- Recycling Metal
- Recycling Glass
- Litter and litter bins
- Visit Plymouth Energy from Waste Facility and Combined Heat and Power Plant
- Where does my recycling go?
- Bin lookup