Bin collection information
also known as: Assisted, Kerbside, Missed, Refuse, Rubbish, Wheeled bin.
Here you should find everything you need to know about your bins, when they are collected and what can go in them!
Check when each of your bins is collected
Bank holiday bin collections Easter (21-28
Bank holiday bin collections will be one day late during the week
beginning Mon 21 April 2014 (Bank holiday
Mon) Collections are not affected by the Good
Friday Bank Holiday.
Please enter your house number and post code into the boxes
below to see when your recycling bin, rubbish bin and
(optional) garden waste bin will be collected.
Report a missed bin collection
- Check your neighbours bins have been emptied. Bins are
collected between 7am and 5pm and the time may change from week to
- Check your bin wasn’t collected because it was contaminated –
is there a sticker on your bin or a note through your door?
a missed HOUSE bin here
Report a missed TRADE bin
Get help with your bin (assisted collection)
If you have difficulty putting your bin out, we may be able to
help. Residents who may qualify for this service are either:
- Elderly or infirm
- Suffer from short or long term illness
There must be no other able bodied person over 16 years of age
living at the address. Short term assistance will be reviewed at
two monthly intervals if necessary. You will need to give a short
explanation of why you are unable to move your bin.
for an assisted bin collection here
Check what can go in your bins
Check what you can and can’t put into each of your bins.
If you are still not sure if you can put something in your bin,
please check our recycling directory here.
New or replacement bins
Find out how to order a new or replacement bin and how much it
will cost below.
£250 reward for recycling
During 2012/13 Northumberland residents were rewarded for
recycling empty aerosol cans and hard plastic bottles (e.g.
shampoo, bleach and bubble bath) in a monthly draw to win a £250
Frequently asked questions about bin collections