Healthcare wastes are defined as any wastes that result during a healthcare procedure. Some of these wastes (known as clinical/infectious waste) may be hazardous to those that come into contact with them and are subject to strict controls. Even activities that are not directly or indirectly related to healthcare can generate similar type wastes that require special attention.
We can help with collections if you are unable to take your bin or box to the kerbside (pull out service) because of disability or ill health.
What can you recycle in your clear bag?
What you can and can't recycle in your green bin, collection information and what happens to the contents of your bin after collection.
Details of what you can put in your bins and box.
Information about what you can put in your black bin and collections.
Our museum collections are extensive, with much of it donated by local people.
A permit is required to undertake a 'house to house' collection, under the House to House Collections Act 1939.
We provide collection services for your unwanted bulky household items, such as furniture, electrical appliances and certain DIY wastes.