Bank holiday bin collections

Surrey Heath On bank holiday weeks, bin collections in Surrey Heath will be a day later than usual. Elmbridge, Mole Valley and Woking In Elmbridge, Mole Valley and Woking, bin collections remain the same on bank holiday weeks.  

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Changes to Surrey Heath’s bin collections

  What’s changing? From 5th February, a new contractor will be emptying the bins in Surrey Heath.  You’ll see new vehicles and staff who work for Amey and while your bins will still be emptied on the same day, there will be some small changes: A separate vehicle will be collecting food waste so your caddy will be emptied at …

‘Tis the season to recycle

Something festive lands on your doorstep pretty much every day in December, and whether it’s Christmas cards, catalogues or delivery boxes, all the paper and card can be recycled.  There’s so much you can recycle in Surrey over the festive period, from party food boxes and wrapping paper you can tear, to cardboard packaging the latest toy came in. Anything …

Separate food waste collections start in Woking on 27 November

Separate food waste collections are being introduced in Woking on 27 November. This means that your food waste caddy will be emptied at a different time to your rubbish or recycling. Separate collections will make the service more efficient because food waste vehicles don’t need to be emptied as often as rubbish and recycling vehicles. Our aim is to make …

New Recycling Service for Elmbridge

We’re introducing a new recycling service for Elmbridge residents. From 4 December we’ll be collecting your old clothes, home textiles and small electrical items for recycling.  Please put small electricals in one bag and clean, dry clothes and home textiles in another. They can then just be left out next to your bins every week. What can be recycled?  The …

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Separate food waste collections are being introduced in Woking on 27 November. This means that your food waste caddy will be emptied at a different time to your rubbish or recycling. Separate collections will make the service more efficient because food waste vehicles don’t need to be emptied as often as rubbish and recycling vehicles. Our aim is to make …

It’s easy to recycle your plastics

Did you know you can recycle all your plastic pots, tubs and trays? That includes yoghurt pots, moisturiser tubs and meat trays. Over half of all plastic pots, tubs and trays that could have been recycled are thrown away in Surrey every year. If all of these were recycled it could save nearly £300,000 a year in disposal costs. There …

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Changes to Woking’s bin collections

What’s changing? From 11th September, a new contractor will be emptying the bins in Woking.  You’ll see new vehicles and staff who work for Amey and while your bins will still be emptied on the same day, there will be some small changes: The collections now start slightly earlier, so you need to make sure that your rubbish, recycling, garden ...