Christmas Rubbish and Recycling

Dec 23, 2018 | News

Collections due on Christmas Day:

  • Rubbish due to be collected on Christmas Day will be collected on Tuesday 1 January.
  • Recycling due to be collected on Christmas Day will be collected on Saturday 22 December.
  • Garden waste due to be collected on Christmas Day will be collected on Saturday 22 December.

Collections due on Boxing Day:

  • Rubbish due to be collected on Boxing Day will be collected on Wednesday 2 January.
  • Recycling due to be collected on Boxing Day will be collected on Saturday 29 December.
  • Garden waste due to be collected on Boxing Day will be collected on Saturday 29 December.

Cornwall Council will collect your waste and recycling as usual if your collection is due on any other day of the week.  Their website details everything you need to know about household waste and recycling this Christmas as well as offering some helpful advice about how to reduce the waste you create in the first place.  For further information visit www.cornwall.gov.uk or take a look at the following links below:

Christmas waste reduction 

Christmas rubbish and recycling

Book a Christmas tree collection

 

 

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