Festive bin collection dates in Leeds are set to change over the Christmas and New Year period. Bin collections will continue as usual up until and including Saturday 21 December 2019. For the two weeks after that, Sunday 22 December 2019 and Sunday 5 January 2020, bins will be emptied
Bins in Leeds will be collected as normal until and including Christmas Eve (Saturday 24 December 2016). Then between Monday 26 December and Sunday 8 January bins will be emptied either one or two days later than normal. Residents can check their bin collection dates for these dates and at
Leeds residents can now download a calendar of bin collections using a new online tool. The tool, now live at www.leeds.gov.uk, allows residents to enter their postcode to check the dates of all their bin day collections and print off a handy three-month calendar. The ‘check your bin day’ service
Collections of garden bins across Leeds are set to re-start. Following the winter break, the fortnightly brown bin collections will resume in March. Collection days remain the same and can be checked on the council’s website. You can also download a handy calendar to remind you of your collection schedule.
As Leeds City Council are forced to make cutbacks to services in a bid to save money, is refuse collection the right place to make these cuts? I live in Middleton and the fortnightly bin collections are starting to become a big problem, with rubbish already piling up in
Christmas is upon us and the council is gearing up to help residents have a green festive season. Waste and recycling collections have been re-arranged to accommodate the upcoming public holidays. Some residents will have their bins collected a day earlier than normal while others will be picked up
The other day I noticed the following press release on the Council’s website: “Three south Leeds women were called to appear before magistrates last month having failed to heed the council’s advice and warnings. “Leanne Gill, Claire Parle and Rozma Kauser, all from Beeston, were issued with legal notices
Brown garden bin collections will resume this week following the winter suspension of the service. Using the brown bins is an effective way of keeping garden waste out of landfill; helping to save money and cut carbon emissions. The bins can be filled with grass and hedge cuttings, fruit which