Find out more about the rubbish and recycling collections we offer and how to organize your rubbish.
Most homes have a green bin for their household rubbish. Depending on the recycling service you have this bin will either be collected once a week or once every two weeks, on the same weekday.
Items such as small electrical items or Foil lined food cartons such as milk cartons or Pringles tubs should be put into your green bin or taken to a local recycling point.
- To find your local recycling point visit Recycle your Unwanted Small electrical Items - Nottingham City Council
Suitable Items for Green Bin
- Any household waste that cannot be put out as part of your recycling collections
- Soil or large items
We now have a grey lidded brown bin for the collection of plastic,
paper, tins and cardboard. We will collect the recycling and composting one week and the remainder of your waste (in the green bin) the following week.
- Catalogues and brochures
- Food and drink cans
- Plastic bottles
- Newspapers and magazines
- Cardboard (please break down cardboard into a manageable size and where possible place in your bin)
- Large tins
- Plastic tubs, pots and trays
- Telephone directories
- Glass bottle and Jars
- Bagged waste
- Foil lined juice and milk cartons
- Paper Tissue
- Sticky labels
- Plastic carrier bags
- Cling film
- Light bulbs
- Window panes
If you are a landlord of a licensed rented property and your tenant fails to follow this guidance or the property is unoccupied, then the landlord, the licence holder must adhere to this guidance themselves
The licence holder or landlords of a rented property must ensure that trade rubbish and waste is not disposed of in the domestic household bins