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Which bags should I put out?
Enter any part of your address eg. house name or road name or your full post code in the field below, including a space after the first 3 digits, for example: GY1 1WN Please give the external results a short time to compile and display, then click an address in the list for full details.
Please note: All dates displayed refer to the evening in which you put out waste, not to the actual date of collection by our contractors.
A reminder of what goes into your bags and containers
Cardboard, paper, magazines, envelopes. (no paper or cardboard contaminated with food).
Milk & food cartons, tins & cans, empty aerosol containers, plastic tops & can lids, aluminium containers and foil. Plastic bottles, tubs, trays and pots, packaging from food, drink, cosmetics, toiletries, cleaning products, etc. food & drink cartons. (please ensure all items are clean and food free). The cleaner the items the more value and less cost to recycle. Do not include black plastic, thin film, carrier bags or polythene sacks.
Black bag (Residual waste) - up to 31st August 2018
Food waste, black plastic, thin film, crisp packets, paper/card contaminated with food, nappies, plastic bags and plastic items other than packaging.
Black bag (Residual waste) - starting week commencing 2nd September 2018
Black plastic, thin film, crisp packets, paper/card contaminated with food, nappies, plastic bags and plastic items other than packaging
Glass bag - starting week commencing 2nd September 2018
Any glass, bottles and jars - any colour. Please rinse out first. Do not include drinks glasses, window glass, pyrex cookware or crockery
Food waste - starting week commencing 2nd September 2018
All uneaten food and plate scrapings. Mouldy or out of date food (including ready meals) removed from their packaging. Raw and cooked meat, fish including bones. Tea bags and coffee grounds. Dairy products, cheese, egg, egg shells and yogurt. Rice, pasta and beans. Bread, cake and pastries. Raw and cooked vegetables and fruit, whole and peelings. Do not include packaging of any kind, liquids such as milk, oil or liquid fat and any material that is not food waste.
For further details relating to the kerbside recycling service please go to https://www.gov.gg/recycling
Bank Holiday Arrangements
Bank Holiday - Monday 27th August
Please note that refuse and recycling should not be put out for collection on Sunday 26th August as there are no collections on the Bank Holiday on Monday 27th August.
Black bag (residual waste) refuse and recycling (blue bag) should be put out on Wednesday 29th August instead. You may put two black sacks out and there is no restriction at any time on the number of recycling bags put out.
PLEASE HELP US TO KEEP ST PETER PORT STREETS CLEAN
PLEASE PUT REFUSE & RECYCLING OUT ON THE RIGHT NIGHTS AFTER DUSK ONLY
UNCOLLECTED REFUSE ATTRACTS SEAGULLS AND ANIMALS