Search for your food waste and refuse collection day, read a guide on how to report a missed bin and see changes to collections due to Bank Holidays.
We ask bins to be placed out for emptying before 6am on the day of collection but no earlier than the evening before.
Refuse bags containing food waste can become a target for pests, birds and vermin; our food waste collection service will help prevent this. It is also unsightly for neighbours and the community.
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Normal refuse and food waste collections will take place until Friday, 20 December 2013 when the following changes will occur due to the Bank Holiday.
|Scheduled Day||Changed To|
|Monday, 23 December||Normal collections|
|Tuesday, 24 December||Normal collections|
|Wednesday, 25 December||Friday, 27 December * see below|
|Thursday, 26 December||Friday, 27 December * see below|
|Friday, 27 December||Saturday, 28 December|
|Monday, 30 December||Normal collections|
|Tuesday, 31 December||Normal collections|
|Wednesday, 1 January||Thursday, 2 January ** see below|
|Thursday, 2 January||Friday, 3 January ** see below|
|Friday, 3 January||Saturday, 4 January ** see below|
Normal collections will resume on Monday, 6 January 2014.
Please ensure that your refuse and food waste (if provided with a caddy) is put out by 6 am on the altered day of collection as stated above.
* Due to the busy Xmas and New Year arrangements it may take more than a day to collect your refuse and food waste but no later than 3 pm the following working day.
** Please put your refuse and food waste out a day later than normal.
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If you require your household waste to be disposed of between collections you can take it to your local HWRS. Please visit East Sussex County Councilís website for more information on their HWRS opening times over the Bank Holiday period.
If your food waste or refuse has been missed for collection, please see how to report it to us below:
If you are elderly, infirm or disabled and do not have any family members or friends who can help you to put out your rubbish, you can apply for an assisted collection.
This means our collection staff will be able to collect your waste from a location at your property that is more suitable for your situation, as normally your rubbish must be placed at the front boundary of your property for collection.
You can arrange an assisted waste collection by contacting us. One of our officers will then come to your property, assess your needs and, if you qualify, we would agree a collection place for your rubbish.
If you are unsure of what can and can't be disposed of amongst your household waste, please refer to our pages covering