Dates for waste and recycling collections during the festive season in Erewash have been confirmed.
If your normal bin collection would be Monday 26December (Boxing Day) then your black, blue or brown bin will instead be emptied on Friday 23 December. This means that bins that would normally be emptied on Tuesday 27December will now be collected on Wednesday 28 December. Bins that would normally be collected on Monday 2 January 2023 will be collected on Tuesday 3 January 2023, due to the Bank Holiday Monday.
Bulky waste and white goods waste will have a final collection date of Wednesday 21 December 2022. The collections will start again on Wednesday 4 January 2023.
For trade waste, essential services (such as food premises) will have a collection between Wednesday 28 and Friday 30 December. Other trade waste will not be collected during Christmas week and customers will be credited. The same applies for customers who will not have a collection on Monday 2 January 2023, due to the Bank Holiday.
Clinical waste that would normally be collected on Monday 26December will instead be collected on Wednesday 28 December.
Waste that would be collected on Tuesday 27December will instead be collected on Thursday 29 December.
Waste that would be collected on Monday 2 January 2023will instead be collected on Tuesday 3 January 2023.
Waste that would be collected on Tuesday 3 January 2023 will instead be collected on Wednesday 4 January 2023.
Councillor Garry Hickton, Lead Member for Environment at Erewash Borough Council, says:
“As always, we have changed the waste collection schedule over the Christmas period to suit Erewash residents and give hardworking staff a break over the festive season. Disruption to collections has been kept to a minimum with all waste collections returning to normal by early January 2023.”