Garden waste collection service
A chargeable* fortnightly garden waste collection service runs from February to the end of November.
Recycle bark, cut flowers, grass cuttings, hedge clippings, house plants, leaves, shrub prunings, twigs and small branches, untreated sawdust and wood shavings, and weeds.
Cost of garden waste collection
- Garden waste licence renewals have re-opened. Bookings are offered to residents who were unable to renew their 2020 garden waste licence, following the closure of renewals on 24th March due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
- The renewal fee has been adjusted to £40 to reflect the period where residents were unable to access the scheme. Renewals are only open to previous subscribers at this time. We will continue to review the feasibility of allowing new subscribers to join for the remainder of the 2020 season.
- This price adjustment represents a one-off concession given the unprecedented circumstances surrounding COVID-19. As previously, discounts will not be given in the future if residents chose to subscribe after the subscription year starts.
- We’re accepting online bookings only, unless you genuinely don’t have online access; in which case we will take orders/payment over the phone.
How the garden waste collection scheme works
Further information about our garden waste collection service.
Garden waste collection FAQs
Find answers to the questions you may have.
Terms and conditions for garden waste collections
Please take time to read these terms and conditions as they form part of our agreement with you.
Composting and water butts
Tips on what to do with your leftover food waste.
Garden Waste Scheme - Direct Debit
Garden Waste Service - Direct Debit
Are you an existing subscriber?
Renew your licence for 2020 collections.Renew online