Bin collection changes in Peterborough over Christmas and new year
There are changes to bin collections in Peterborough over the festive period.
Collection dates move forward a day, with people who normally have their rubbish picked up on Tuesday (Boxing Day) having it collected a day later (Wednesday, December 27).
People who would be expecting a bin collection on Wednesday (December 27) will have it collected on Thursday (December 28).
People who would be expecting a bin collection on Thursday (December 28) will have it collected on Friday (December 29).
And people who would be expecting a bin collection on Friday (December 29) will have it collected on Saturday (December 30).
Black and green bin collections return to normal service from Tuesday, January 2.
If you have any recycling that cannot fit in your green bin, you can put this in clear bags next to your green bin on its collection day. Please also remember to put your food bin out for collection.
Peterborough City Council’s brown bin garden waste collections will be monthly in December and January.
The paid-for service, which was launched in May 2014, provides all year-round collection of garden waste. However, as the service is used less during December
Christmas trees can be taken to the Household Recycling Centre in Dogsthorpe, PE1 3TD.
It’s open seven days a week from 8am to 4pm, except on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. It will close at noon on Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Alternatively, if you pay for your brown bin to be emptied you can chop your tree up and place it in there.
Fore more information please visit https://www.peterborough.gov.uk/residents/rubbish-and-recycling/bins/.