Winchester City Council works with East Hampshire District Council to share environmental services across both areas, saving more than £2 million in the process.
There will be no collections on Spring Bank Holiday Monday 27 May 2013, collections will moved back by one day.
Normal Collection - Revised Collection Day
Monday 27 May - Tuesday 28 May
Tuesday 28 May - Wednesday 29 May
Wednesday 29 May - Thursday 30 May
Thursday 30 May - Friday 31 May
Friday 31 May - Saturday 1 June
Please put out the appropriate bin at the property boundary by 7am on the day of collection.
If your collection is missed please contact Customer Services before 12.00pm the following working day and we will send the crew back to empty your bin. If you call after this deadline, we are very sorry but your bin will not be emptied.
Customer Services 0300 300 0013 or www.working-together.org.uk
All household refuse is incinerated, generating energy which is fed back in to the national grid.
- Refuse On collection day your household rubbish bin must be placed out by 7am. Please make sure it is out in time before the crew visits as they will be unable to return to empty it later.
- Recycling All recycling placed in the recycling bin needs to be clean, dry and loose.
- Garden Waste During normal service residents should dispose of garden waste in the green sack provided by the Council under the Alternate Bin Collection scheme.
- Disposal of Ash leaf litter Advice on the disposal of Ash leaf litter that might be infected with Chalara fraxinea.
- Large and bulky waste items How to dispose of large and bulky items ie old beds, white goods, matresses etc.
- Commercial Waste There are many authorised waste companies available, many of whom can now offer recycling services as well as waste disposal.
- Rubbish and Recycling FAQs Answers to your most frequently asked questions.
- Clinical Waste Disposal The City Council provides a free Clinical Waste Collection service from domestic premises only within the District.
- Syringe Disposal Winchester City Council strives to protect the members of the community from health and safety hazards such as discarded syringes and hypodermic needles.
- Household Waste Recycling Centres There are three Household Waste Recycling Centres (dump/tips) in the district where you can take unwanted household items.
- Recycling Bank Locations Map The City Council provides and encourages households to use the network of recycling banks sited throughout the district. Find your nearest bank using this map
- Streetcare Schedules and collection rounds have been re-arranged to make them more efficient, economic and environmentally friendly so you may notice a change in your local area.
- Fly Tipping Fly tipping is when bulky items are left/dumped on public or private property.