Colchester Borough Council is monitoring the situation closely and will continue to take action to minimise disruption and keep residents and visitors safe.
Coronavirus: updates, advice and guidance
We will collect your rubbish from communal wheelie bins. If you don’t have a communal bin, just follow the blue or the green week guidelines
Where possible, from October 2018, Colchester Borough Council will be adding extra bins for plastic collections to flats that already have recycling facilities of paper, cans and glass.
For flats that do not currently have any recycling facilities, we will be adding the facility to recycle paper, cans, glass and plastic bins where it is possible to do so.
We are currently working directly with management companies and landlords of flats within the borough to introduce this facility for as many residents as we are able to. If and when this facility is introduced in your block/development, we will write to each household to notify you of this,
If you live in a flat with plastic recycling facilities, find out which plastic items can and cannot be recycled.
Where does it go? – Black bags, placed in communal euro wheelie bin
Information about Black Bags
Where does it go? – Separate your Recycling and put them in the wheelie bins provided
Communal bin full?