Refuse and recycling collections in Sefton will continue over Christmas and the New Year for residents across the borough, with minor alterations to collection dates.
Sefton’s collection crews will be observing the usual Boxing Day bank holiday on Wednesday, December 26 meaning that there will be a slight change to regular bin collection days.
For collections which would normally take place on Monday and Tuesday, residents are asked to present their grey or brown bins or sacks for collection on Thursday, December 27.
Wednesday and Thursday collections will take place two days later on Friday, December 28 and Saturday, December 29 respectively.
For the week commending December 31, Monday’s collection will take place as normal, while the remainder of the week’s schedule will be collected one day later in line with the New Year’s Day bank holiday.
Food waste collections will follow the same Christmas schedule and normal service will resume from Monday, January 7, 2019.
Separate arrangements for trade waste collections over Christmas and the New Year will be made and businesses affected will be contacted directly by Sefton Council.
Similar to other years, the green wheelie bin collection for garden waste will be suspended from the end of November 2018 until March 2019.
Residents are also reminded of their rubbish responsibilities when disposing of waste at recycling centres over the festive period. Any rubbish left on the highway outside a recycling centre is considered fly-tipping and offenders can face substantial fines.
To check collection arrangements or for further information on all waste and recycling services, visit www.sefton.gov.uk/bins or follow us on Twitter @seftoncouncil.