Coronavirus outbreak: bins and recycling updates

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Guidance for households with possible coronavirus (COVID-19) infection

Store personal waste (such as used tissues) and disposable cleaning cloths securely within disposable rubbish bags. Place these bags into another bag, tie it securely and keep it separate from other waste. Wait at least 72 hours before putting it in your usual external household waste bin.

Other household waste can be disposed of as normal.

For more advice on what to do while you are self-isolating visit the UK government’s website.


Parking

As many people are now working at home, there are more parked cars on streets. To allow us to safely access your street on bin collection days, we ask drivers not to park close to junctions and keep turning points clear. Narrow streets can also be difficult to access so please park considerately as not doing so might mean we cannot carry out a collection.


Commercial waste

Glass collections stopped on Monday 30 March as most businesses that generate glass have now closed. All other collections are as usual. Please check household collections info for any updates on food, mixed recycling or general waste collections.

If you have not yet paid your commercial waste charges for 2020/21, you do not need to do anything until it is safe for your business to re-open. Contact us then and we will reinstate your service.

If you have paid your commercial waste charges for 2020/21 and would like a refund for the period you are closed, email CommWaste@angus.gov.uk

Current  guidance on commercial waste at recycling centres.


Zero Waste Scotland

Get tips and advice on managing household waste during the coronavirus outbreak at Zero Waste Scotland.