Bin collections across Buckinghamshire will be operating to a revised timetable next week.
With no bin collections on the bank holiday (Monday 30 August) all collections that week will take place one day later than usual.
Residents are asked to check the revised timetable and present any bins by 6:30am on their rescheduled collection day.
Bank holiday revised bin collection dates:
|Usual collection day||Revised collection day|
|Monday 30 August||Tuesday 31 August|
|Tuesday 31 August||Wednesday 1 September|
|Wednesday 1 September||Thursday 2 September|
|Thursday 2 September||Friday 3 September|
|Friday 3 September||Saturday 4 September|
“The revised collection days are typical for bank holiday weekends, so I’m confident that residents won’t be caught out or inconvenienced by the change,” said Peter Strachan, Cabinet Member for Climate Change and Environment.
Peter added: “Buckinghamshire’s nine household recycling centres will remain open from 9am to 6pm over the bank holiday weekend – including on Monday 30 August. However, before making a trip to the tip, please check our website for all the latest household recycling centre information.”
To check your bank holiday bin collections and to find your nearest household recycling centre, visit Buckinghamshire Council’s recycling and waste webpage: buckinghamshire.gov.uk/bin-collection-recycling-and-waste
Please also follow @BucksCouncil to keep up to date with the latest recycling and waste information on their Facebook and Twitter pages.