Garden Waste collection pauses during winter and springs back into action in March After over four million brown bins were emptied in 2019, Leeds’ garden waste collections are going into hibernation for winter. Leeds City Council is reminding gardeners that their brown bin garden waste will be collected shortly for
Make sure you put the finishing touches to your winter garden tidy before garden waste collections go into hibernation in Leeds after Saturday 2 December 2016. That is the last collection day for brown bins in the city until the service re-starts 12 weeks later on 27 February 2017. More
Collections of brown garden bins across Leeds will re-start soon. Following the winter break, the fortnightly brown bin collections will resume on Monday 29 February 2016. 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. Using brown
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.
Collections of brown bins will stop temporarily from 29 November. The regular collections of garden waste are suspended every year as demand for the service is low. Experience shows that with fewer jobs to do in the garden over the winter months, brown bins aren’t used as much, if at
Collections of garden bins across Leeds re-start in March. From Monday 3 March, the normal fortnightly brown bin collections resume. Residents who already have a brown bin will continue to have it collected on the same day. If in any doubt about your collection day, you can check on
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