Grey wheeled bin
If your bin has been lost or damaged you can request a new one by filling in our online form.
What can go in:
- Any general household waste that cannot be composted or recycled
- Sanitary products
- Crisp packets
- Polystyrene packaging
- Porcelain and ceramics
- Cling film, plastic film, cellophane.
What can't go in:
- Bricks, rubble, bags of concrete, plasterboard, asbestos
- Commercial, industrial or clinical waste
- Car/motorbike parts, tyres
- House clearances
- Sheds, coal bunkers, garage doors, oil tanks
- Hazardous waste such as car batteries, pesticides etc
For more details on what can and cannot go in your grey wheeled bin view our Recycling and Refuse directory
Check that rubbish can't be recycled or composted before putting it in your grey bin. Only waste contained within the bin will be collected.
If you wish to use the full capacity of your bin, use smaller parcels in kitchen bin liners and carrier bags instead of full sized refuse sacks
To find out where your recycling and refuse go once they are collected, visit the Recycling page on our website.
Please note that leaving bins and/or waste out is in contravention of the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Your wheeled bins should be stored securely within the boundary of your property between collections and put out for collection by 7am on the day of your collection, or at the earliest the night before.