Bin collections across east Suffolk are now back to normal - thank you for your patience!
Suffolk Coastal residents can now sign up to the new Garden Waste Collection Scheme.
The adverse weather conditions across the east have had a huge impact on our refuse collection service. We have put the safety of the public and our crews first and we are very grateful for your patience and understanding. We will now begin the process of catching up, as well as undertaking a full, scheduled collection service from Monday 5th March.
Householders in east Suffolk are being reminded of their legal responsibilities to ensure their waste does not become fly-tipped, following the successful prosecution of a Suffolk resident.
The winter weather is causing some disruption to bin collections this morning.
People can now sign up to register an interest in joining Suffolk Coastal’s Garden Waste Collection Service.
This festive season we're asking people across east Suffolk to help keep our beaches clean by making sure all their leftover cooking fats and oils are put in the bin rather than poured down the sink.
Suffolk Coastal District Council is to introduce a charge for collecting garden waste from homes during next financial year (2018/19).
Christmas bin hangers are being given to all households in Suffolk Coastal, giving residents details on changes to bin collections during Christmas and New Year, together with a calendar on bin collection dates for 2018.