A series of changes to the council's waste and recycling service are up and running.
All households are now expected to recycle, it is no longer optional. Waste collection crews will no longer collect side waste and all rubbish must fit inside the green wheeled bin and recycling must fit into the supplied boxes.
And from June, cardboard will no longer be accepted in garden waste bins, instead it must be placed in green wheeled bins.
For residents who have questions about the changes, the council's recycling team will be out and about at locations across the borough.
On Tuesday (May 8) the team will be at the Riverhead, Grimsby, then at St Peter's Avenue shoppers' car park, Cleethorpes, on Wednesday (May 9) moving to Kennedy Way car park, Immingham, on Thursday (May 10).
The roadshows also coincide with international compost awareness week and the team will have details about how easy it is for North East Lincolnshire residents to get composting.
Residents of North East Lincolnshire can purchase compost bins at subsidised prices, with the bonus option of buying one and getting a second at half-price, plus all with free delivery.
The compost bins come in two sizes. The larger bin has a 330 litre capacity and is 100cm high with a diameter of 80cm. It costs £14.15 with the option to buy another one for just £7.07.
The smaller composter has a 220 litre capacity and is 90cm high with a diameter of 74cm. It costs £11.15 with the option to buy another one for just £5.57.
For those who can't make it to one of the roadshows, compost bins can be ordered online at www.nel.getcomposting.com or call 0845 1306090.