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The coronavirus crisis is putting a hug amount of pressure on public services.

A key responsibilities of councils collecting rubbish and recycling but this to is becoming a challenge during the outbreak.

Many local authorities have already had to cut back on their services.

We have collected the latest information from all Wales' local authorities so you know when you need to put your bins out, and what you are allowed to put out.

All councils are doing things slightly differently but they all have strong guidelines regarding the safety of their staff.

These include the following information:

    • That tissues, kitchen roll or toilet paper used to blow nose etc should not be disposed of in your recycling. As they cannot be recycled and could also expose council staff undertaking regular quality control checks to the pathogen.
    • Personal waste and disposable cleaning cloths can be stored securely within disposable rubbish bags. These bags should be placed into another bag, tied securely and kept separate from other waste. This should be put aside for at least 72 hours before being put in your usual external household waste bin.
  • Blaenau Gwent

    In Blaenau Gwent you can simply enter your postcode on their website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    Some postcodes won't work though - so you may need to search by your street name instead.

    You can do this here.

    The council’s New Vale Household Waste Recycling Centre located on Waun-y-Pound Industrial Estate, Ebbw Vale is closed to the public with immediate effect and until further notice.

    Bridgend

    In Bridgend you can enter your postcode on their website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    If you are unable to locate services for your property please contact the Customer Contact Centre on 01656 643643.

    While recycling and waste collections are going ahead as normal, bulk waste collections, missed collections and deliveries of new bags for non-recyclable refuse and food waste have been temporarily postponed.

    Any household currently awaiting a delivery of new refuse bags will be able to use black bags or a similar alternative.

    Caerphilly

    In Caerphilly you can enter your postcode on the council's and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    You can also sign up for email alerts to be informed of changes to your bin collection due to bank holidays or adverse weather.

    Cardiff

    In Cardiff you can enter your postcode on the council's website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    You can also download the collection dates for individual areas below:

    Garden waste - Collections will be cancelled from Monday 23 March until further notice.

    Bulky item collections - Bulky item collections will stop from Friday 27 March until further notice.

    Glass collections - Collections for residents on the blue glass caddy trial are cancelled. Please put glass in your recycling bag for collection.

    Disposal of personal waste - Council is asking that people dispose of personal waste (such as used tissues) and disposable cleaning cloths in a separate rubbish bag. These bags should be placed into another bag, tied securely and kept away from other waste. Put these bags aside for at least 72 hours before putting into your red striped bag or black bin for your general waste collection.

    Personal waste must not be put into recycling bag.

    Carmarthenshire

    Your blue recycling bags and black bags are collected on the same day, but on alternate weeks. There is no limit to the number of blue recycling bags you can place out for collection. Your food waste is collected weekly.

    Black / blue bags will not be collected from wheelie bins for health and safety reasons. The council ask people to put blue/black bags out for collection at the kerbside. They will collect from ordinary dustbins, as long as the waste is bagged.

    You can enter your postcode on their website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    Ceredigion

    In Ceredigion you can enter your postcode on their website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    You can also get service disruption updates here.

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    Conwy

    In Conwy you can enter your postcode on the council's website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    Denbighshire

    In Denbighshire you can enter your postcode on the council's website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    According to the council, your bins should be placed on the kerbside by 7.00am. The collection crews may have already collected from your street if your bins are placed outside after this time.

    Flintshire

    In Flintshire you can enter your postcode on the council's website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    If there are major service disruptions you will be able to see it on the council's homepage here: www.flintshire.gov.uk

    Gwynedd

    In Gwynedd you can enter your postcode on  the council's website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    You are also able to download and print your calendar.

    The council has also announced the following:

    Recycling centres -All recycling centres in Gwynedd are closed until further notice.

    Ordering a new or replacement bin - It is not possible to order a new or replacement bin or recycling box at the moment.

    Bulky waste collections - The bulky waste collection service is currently not available.

    They have also requested people help their staff by:

    • Keeping a social distance between yourselves and our crews
    • Not putting tissue paper in the top box
    • Making sure that everything in the middle box is clean and correct (no dirty items . no bags or plastic packaging)
    • Only putting glass in the bottom box (cans should be placed in the middle box with your plastics and cartons)
    • If possible, clean your bin / trolley handles before collection.
    • Placing your residuary waste into black bags before putting them in your green bin, no loose waste.

    Isle of Anglesey

    To find out what your waste collection day is and when your black and green bins will be collected you can search by postcode but you need to log in the customer portal.

    Due to current issues, the council is no longer able to accept new applications for Childrens Nappy Waste or acceting bulky waste collection.

    Gwalchmai and Penhesgyn Household Waste Recycling Centres have also closed.

    The are also unable to accept further requests for recycling trolleys, brown bins or green bins.

    Merthyr Tydfil

    You can check your delivery via postcode here.

    The waste services team are in the process of changing some collection rounds. If you have recently received a letter advising you of collection day changes, please refer to the information in the letter as these recent changes may not appear on the postcode finder until all changes are complete.

    If you think your property may be affected and you would like further information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call waste services on 01685 725000.

    Join our Facebook group to keep up to date with all the latest on coronavirus in Wales.

    You can find it here.

    Monmouthshire

    In a statement, a Monmouthshire Council spokesman said: "Please do not put tissues, kitchen roll, toilet paper or wipes in your red recycling bags.

    They must go in your black bags. If someone in your household has symptoms of Covid 19 any personal waste should be double bagged and put aside for 72 hours before being put out in your black bags for collection."

    You can view the fortnightly collection calendar here and you can see when you area collects on the see my services section of the website here.

    Neath Port Talbot

    In Neath Port Talbot you can enter your postcode on the council's website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    The council have issued the following updates:

    • Household waste and recycling centres All recycling centres will be closed with immediate effect until further notice.
    • Black bin bags: The closure of recycling centres may result in increases in side waste especially if more people are isolated at home so the council will be temporarily suspending its restrictions on the presentation of black bag waste at the kerbside until further notice
    • Bulk Collections: Bulky waste collections will be temporarily suspended until further notice though the council will honour existing bookings but will not be taking on additional bookings.
    • Garden Waste: The council will continue to collect garden waste as this is collected on the same day as your wheeled bin or black bag waste (and in most cases by the same vehicle). However, should demand increase beyond capacity, the council say they will have to re-evaluate the situation.

    Newport

    In Newport you can enter your postcode here and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    In a statement Newport Council said: "Waste and recycling collections are operating with reduced staffing. If a whole street has not been collected, collections will take place the following day.

    "To support the delivery of services and the safety of our staff at this time, residents are asked to ensure that their waste and recycling is placed out for collection by 6am on the morning of their collection day.

    "Please do not call to report missed collections, you can report a missed collection online or through the My Newport app."

    The household waste recycling centre (HWRC) is now closed until further notice, kerbside collections will continue as normal.

    • New bulky waste collections are suspended, collections already booked will be honored.
    • The landfill site remains open to commercial business at present.
    • Trade waste collections continue, please notify us if you have closed your business and wish to suspend collections

    Pembrokeshire

    In Pembrokeshire you can enter your postcode here and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    Six waste and recycling centres in Pembrokeshire - Waterloo, Winsel, Manorowen, St Davids, Hermon and Crane Cross - are now closed until further notice.

    Many councils have closed their recycling centres (Image: WalesOnline)

    Powys

    In Pembrokeshire you can enter your postcode here and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    In a statement on their website, the council said: "If you are self-isolating, please double bag personal material such as tissue paper and store for 72 hours before placing it for collection."

    Recycling centers and bulky waste collection are closed and canceled respectively.

    Rhondda Cynon Taf

    In RCT you can enter your postcode here and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    All recycling and black bag/bin kerbside collections are currently operating as normal, with the exception of green waste.

    According to the council green waste collections have been suspended until further notice to enable all resources to be deployed into the main recycling and waste collections.

    All community recycling centers are closed until further notice. Bulky item collection is also cancelled.

    The Council will continue to deliver recycling bags to all the distribution points that are still open. This includes a number of local corner shops/post offices - you can view the full distribution point list here (subject to them being open).

    Swansea

    In Swansea you can enter your postcode here and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    From Monday, March 30, residents will need to ensure that waste/recycling is out on the kerbside for collection from 6am. This is a temporary measure during the Coronavirus pandemic.

    The council has also requested:

    • Please be reminded that tissues, kitchen roll or toilet paper used to blow nose etc should be disposed of in your black bin bags only. Do place these items in your green bags as they cannot be recycled and could also expose council staff undertaking regular quality control checks to the pathogen.
    • Personal waste and disposable cleaning cloths can be stored securely within disposable rubbish bags. These bags should be placed into another bag, tied securely and kept separate from other waste. This should be put aside for at least 72 hours before being put in your usual external household waste bin.

    Recycling centers are clewed, as is the Tip Treasures recycling shop and bulky waste collection.

    Vale of Glamorgan

    In the Vale you can enter your postcode here and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.

    Green waste collections are suspended as is the free wood chipping service. Recycling centers are also closed.

    In a statement a council spokeswoman said: "We’re asking residents to try and stick to the two black bag limit where possible by continuing to recycle. If you are struggling with the two black bag limit, we are temporarily increasing the limit to four. "

    Wrexham

    In Wrexham you can find out when the bins are collected by logging into the council's website and it will tell you when your bins will next be collected.


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