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Changes to council refuse collections


Weekly collections of recyclable and non-recyclable refuse currently take place across Bath and NE Somerset, along with food waste.  A letter was sent to all residents in March 2017 stating that this will be changing from 6 November 2017.  Recyclable waste – cans, tins, glass, paper and cardboard – will still be collected on a weekly basis.  Food waste should be placed in the lockable plastic caddies supplied by the council and these will also be emptied weekly.  The change only affects non-recyclable  material, which will now be collected fortnightly.

Some properties will be supplied with wheelie bins for anything that is not food waste or recyclable material.  Others will be allocated gullproof bags.  


If you have been told that you will be given a gullproof bag and would like to change this to a wheelie bin – or the other way round – contact Council Connect as soon as possible: councilconnect@bathnes.gov.uk.


Collections are currently on Thursdays in Camden: please put your refuse out after 8.00 pm the night before the collection, or before 7.00 am on the day of the collection.  Gulls and foxes often rip open refuse bags, especially if they contain food waste or unwashed wrappers, resulting in rubbish strewn across the pavements.  



There is more information on refuse collections on the Bath and NE Somerset website,  www.bathnes.gov.uk.