We've made some changes to our Cookies Policy and we want you to know what this means for you and your data.
Every Street Recycling Centre is closed on Friday 18th September
If you are disposing of household waste in a vehicle under 2 metres high – Go to Cemetery Road Recycling Centre in Radcliffe
Every Street waste transfer facility is closed until Monday 21st September
If you are disposing of household waste in a vehicle over 2 metres high, business waste or plasterboard visit Salford Road waste transfer facility in Bolton.
You can do something to help stop the spread of #COVID19. You can help by putting your disposable #facemasks in the bin, either at home or whilst out. #DYK they are not recyclable. #TogetherGM #SafeGM pic.twitter.com/o7QK6p64W3
See WEEE? Don’t put any Waste Electrical Electronic Equipment in any of your bins at home. No electric heaters. In June we lost 833 tonnes of paper & card, your local councils £1000s in extra disposal fees. Let's all #RecycleRight bit.ly/paperandcard pic.twitter.com/pgDbY7SX2a
#DYK all types of plastic bottles can be recycled in your mixed recycling bin Thumbs up - even those in the bathroom like trigger spray bottles?♻ #GotToBeABottle #TraffordRecycles pic.twitter.com/4p1kDrxAht
Join the GMYCA @youthgreatermcr discussing the impact of Covid-19 on climate change in Greater Manchester at the #GMGreenSummit2020 on Thursday 24th September. Get involved. Use your voice. Registration is open to all 👇gmgreensummit2020.co.uk pic.twitter.com/aIsdgCo7EQ
#HomeComposting not only saves money on buying compost, but it reduces the waste you put in your food and garden bin at home! You don't even need a garden, to find out how you can start composting, visit bit.ly/letscompostnow #LetsCompostNow pic.twitter.com/SVLfaAennZ
If you are paying someone to take your waste away, it is classed as business waste and businesses should pay to dispose of their waste. #tiprun #blackbags #gardenclearance #SCRAPflytipping @EnvAgencyNW pic.twitter.com/rjYSzWhsVM
Pizza slices and crusts are not made of paper & card but we find them in the bin time & time again. People putting the wrong thing in the bin could cost an extra £520 per lorry load which could’ve been spent on other services. Let's all #RecycleRight bit.ly/paperandcard pic.twitter.com/M9c9ClsyTC
You can do something to help stop the spread of #COVID19. You can help by putting your disposable #facemasks, gloves and other PPE in the bin, either at home or whilst out. #DYK they are not recyclable. #TogetherGM #SafeGM pic.twitter.com/BSkN5W1cx3