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Sign up for your garden waste collection now

9:00 am, Thursday, 15th February 2024 - 1 month ago

Bins, waste and recycling

North East Lincolnshire residents can now sign up for their garden waste collection for 2024/25.

The scheme enables residents to safely and correctly get rid of their grass cuttings, hedge trimmings and even fallen fruit.

This paid for garden waste service is used by more than 26,000 households across the borough with waste being used to make compost.

Brown bins are collected and emptied once every  two weeks and costs £41 per bin for the year. Those who sign up before the start of this year’s collections will receive  23 collections.

However, those who sign up after collections begin will still be liable to pay £41 despite having fewer collections.

Residents who do not already have a garden waste bin or wish to purchase extra bins can do so by calling the 01472 362288.

Alternatively, people can sign up for a brown bin by completing a garden waste service collection form here.

If you are signing up for the first time or a returning customer, by agreeing to pay for the service you are accepting the terms and conditions listed here.

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