Bridgend County Borough Council,Civic Offices, Angel Street, Bridgend, CF31 4WB

Tel: 01656 643643
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18001 01656 643643
Fax: 01656 668126
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Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm
Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm

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Recycling for flats and high density estates

There are approximately 2,000 properties in Bridgend County Borough which are not suitable for our kerbside recycling collections. We have asked these residents to recycle their waste at communal bins situated close to their properties instead.

How to use your communal bins

Paper recycling bin

Yes please

No thanks

Paper, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, telephone directories, catalogues, junk mail, envelopes and Yellow Pages. Tissues, paper towels or kitchen roll.

Glass recycling bin

Yes please

No thanks

Glass bottles and jars (please rinse first).

Drinking glasses, vases, bowls, window glass, light bulbs or Pyrex.

Food waste recycling bin

Yes please No thanks
Cooked and uncooked food, meat, fish and bones. Garden waste and cut flowers

Plastic and can recycling bin

Yes please No thanks
Plastic bottles (including milk, drink, shampoo bottles), food containers including (yoghurt pots, margarine tubs, plastic cups), non- black food trays, punnets, foil trays and containers, food tins and drink cans. Plastic bags (including carrier bags, bread bags, frozen food bags, etc.), plastic film, cling film, wrappers (e.g. sweet and biscuit wrappers, crisp packets), paper backed foil (e.g. foil pouches), bubble wrap, CD / DVD & video cases, polystyrene, toys & other hard plastic, plant pots, spray paint, gas canisters, aerosols.

What little is left after everything else has been recycled can be placed in landfill sacks.

Last Updated: 08/06/2017
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