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What can I put in my bin?

  • What can I put in my general waste wheelie bin?

    What we can accept

    What we can't accept

    • Household waste that cannot be reused or recycled.
    • Hot ashes or liquids
    • Batteries
    • Gas bottles
    • Garden waste
    • Medical waste and sharps
    • Building materials
    • Large household items
    • Chemicals and hazardous items
  • What can I put in my general waste skip bin?

    What we can accept What we can't accept
    • Applicances
    • Construction and demolition waste
    • General household waste
    • Garden waste (modest amounts allowed)
    • Steel and metal
    • Tiles
    • Cleanfill
    • Asbestos and other toxic materials
    • Gas bottles
    • Tyres
    • Car or lithium batteries
    • Liquids and paint
    • Fridges or freezers unless degassed
    • Chemicals and hazardous items
    • Polystyrene (modest amounts allowed) 
  • What can I put in my garden waste wheelie bin?

    What we can accept What we can't accept
    • Lawn clippings
    • Shrubs
    • Flowers
    • Tree prunings
    • Branches (up to 100mm in diameter)
    • Weeds
    • Old plants
    • Bamboo
    • Flax
    • Cabbage tree leaves
    • Large tree stumps or logs
    • Soil
    • Rocks
    • Old compost and food
    • Household waste
    • Newspaper
    • Woodchips
    • Building materials
  • What can I put in my garden waste skip bin?

    What we can accept

    What we can't accept

    • Lawn clippings
    • Hedge trimmings
    • Weeds
    • Leaves and flowers
    • Old plants
    • Cleanfill
    • General waste
    • Cabbage tree leaves
    • Bamboo
    • Flax
    • Large tree stumps or logs
    • Chemicals and hazardous items
  • What can I put in my clean fill skip bin?

    Clean fill skip bins can only be used for:

    • Uncontaminated soil
    • Rubble
    • Concrete
    • Masonary blocks
    • Bricks 
    • Clay