Bin rounds set to change in just over a week
Bury Council is reminding residents that new bin collection rounds will be introduced from 21 June to improve efficiency and provide a better service.
Better bin rounds coming soon
Bury Council is introducing new bin collection rounds from 21 June to improve efficiency and provide a better service to residents.
No change to Easter bin collections
Bury Council is reminding residents that they will see no change to their household waste collections over Easter as collections will take place as usual on Good Friday and Easter Monday.
Nineteen new bin trucks to hit the streets of Bury
Bury Council is investing £3.5 million in a new ‘fit for purpose’, fuel efficient fleet of 19 waste collection vehicles to boost efficiency and improve the service provided to residents.
Please keep the wrong stuff out of your green bin
In the last six months across the borough of Bury more than 850 tonnes of green bin recycling has been rejected, wasting more than £75,000 - money that could have been spent on other essential services!
Investment in new greener bin wagons
Bury’s ageing bin wagons are to be replaced with more efficient, reliable and greener vehicles.
More items now accepted at Radcliffe recycling centre
Wood, rubble and scrap metal will be accepted from Saturday (30 May) at the household waste recycling centre in Radcliffe.
Bury binmen show heavy mettle!
Bury’s hard-working binmen have been collecting more domestic waste than ever during the coronavirus lockdown.
Bagged ‘grey bin’ waste only! Please work with us at the re-opened recycling centre
Residents are being urged to follow the rules and only to make essential visits to the Household Waste Recycling Centre in Radcliffe when it partially re-opens on Saturday (2 May).
Right stuff, right bin
Waste collectors in Bury are appealing to the public to put the right stuff in their right bins.
Brown bin collections to continue – sign up for reminders
Collections of garden and food waste are to continue as the amount of waste increases with everyone staying at home and getting out into their garden.
Important changes to our waste collection service
The coronavirus outbreak is having an impact on household waste collections, which means we are unable to carry out as many bin collections as usual.
Love Christmas, hate waste and have a happy festive season!
That is the message from Bury Council as they urge residents to reduce, re-use and recycle as much as they can throughout the Christmas and New Year holiday period.
Bury Council aims to be plastic-free by 2022
Bury could become one of the first boroughs in the country to go plastic-free, and by 2022.
Give your Christmas tree a recycled new home
Residents who are taking down their Christmas decorations are urged to recycle their real Christmas tree in their brown bin.
‘Tis the season to be jolly and recycle more!
We all want to live in a place we can be proud of, so let’s love where we live and keep our communities clean, tidy and litter-free.
Greening Grey Britain – our talented school and community winners
Winners of the 2018 Greening Grey Britain gardening competition and ‘design a poster’ competition have been announced.
Spreading the message during Recycle Week
Residents took advantage of Recycle Week to get support and advice on reducing waste and putting the right stuff in the right bin.
Don’t let your food waste go to waste
It's Recycle Week - and there are several great reasons why everyone in Bury should recycle food waste.