Cartgylchu - Top box - Paper
Cartgylchu - Middle box - Plastic and Cans
We do not accept plastic bags or plastic wrapping.
Cartgylchu - Lower box - Glass
If you don't have a Cartgylchu or if you have extra re-cycable waste you can use a traditional blue box.
You must separate items just like the cartgylchu.
You can order a separator to separate your box to two parts.
Food waste bin
Please use the bags provided to line the brown food waste bin. Do not use any other bags.
To order more food waste bags use the Order new bin / equipment form or contact us on 01766 771000.
What happens to food waste?
How to use the brown food bin?
Garden Waste bin
The waste should be loose in the bin / bags.PLEASE NOTE! There is an annual fee for garden waste collection (brown bin). Further details and order your collection.
Green Waste Bin
We will empty one green bin from each property every three weeks (or 3 black bags).
We will not collect any additional bags or side waste.
If you live on a narrow access road where the narrow access lorry collects your waste, you must ensure that your waste is in bin bags and not loose in the bin.
Electrical equipment: we don’t collect electrical equipment as part of the green waste collection. Please take them to your local recycling centre (or arrange for a bulky waste collection)
You must order a nappy collection.
A yellow sack will be left at the house each week on the collection day.
Put the nappies in the yellow sack an place it at your normal collection point.
Order a nappy collection on-line
or call 01766 771 000
It is possible to arrange a clinical waste collection for items such as medicine, dressings and needles.
This is arranged by your community nurse.
For further information, call 01766 771000.
Clinical waste: it is possible to arrange a clinical waste collection for items such as medicine, dressings and needles. This is usually arranged by your community nurse. For further information, call 01766 771000.
Do you know what happens to your plastic milk bottle after putting it in the cartgylchu?
Do you know what happens to your food waste after the Council collects it?
For information regarding what happened to your recycling visit the Recycle for Wales website.