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No changes to waste and recycling collections for the Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend

2:28 pm, Tuesday, 31st May 2022 - 2 years ago

Bins, waste and recycling

North East Lincolnshire Council is reminding people that their household waste and recycling collections continue as normal as we head into the extended Jubilee bank holiday weekend.

Waste and recycling collections, including garden waste, will take place as usual on Thursday and Friday (2 and 3 June).

Please look out for your neighbours and remind them if they forget to put their bins out.

Check your collection dates online at www.nelincs.gov.uk/bins.

If you have organised a street party on your bin day and you informed the Council about it in advance, don’t forget to leave your bin at the agreed collection point. We won’t have time to return if the bins aren’t presented.

If you have not notified the Council about a street party and our crews can’t access your street, we will not be able to empty your bins.

Grimsby and Immingham Tips open as usual

The award-winning Grimsby and Immingham Community Recycling Centres, also know as the CRCs or tips, are also open as usual.

Both sites are open from 8am to 6pm everyday except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

Restrictions that meant mattresses had to be booked in advance were lifted some months ago. There is no need to call in advance if you are taking a mattress to the site.

Visitors using commercial, large vehicles or trailers should register before visiting.

More details at www.nelincs.gov.uk/tip.

CRC staff have given the sites a Jubilee makeover and recently won Best Civic Amenity Site of the Year at the awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management.

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