- 1 How many bin bags can I put out Cardiff?
- 2 What can I put in my green bin Cardiff?
- 3 Is Cardiff recycling again?
- 4 What can I take to the tip Cardiff?
- 5 How do I get more bin bags in Cardiff?
- 6 How many green bags can I put out Cardiff?
- 7 How do I dispose of polystyrene Cardiff?
- 8 Are green bins being collected in Cardiff?
- 9 Which bin do dead flowers go in?
- 10 Are Cardiff tips open?
- 11 Can you put clothes in general waste bin?
- 12 How do I contact Cardiff Council?
- 13 Can I take a mattress to the tip Cardiff?
- 14 Are rubbish tips open in Wales?
- 15 Can you take sofas to the local tip?
How many bin bags can I put out Cardiff?
You will receive enough to put out up to 3 bags per fortnightly collection. You will not be able to buy these bags in shops. You will only be able to ask for extra bags if you are in a household of 6 or more.
What can I put in my green bin Cardiff?
Leaves, grass cuttings, plant and flower cuttings, small twigs and branches can be put out for collection. Compost or soil, animal bedding, rubble, decorative stones, garden items such as watering cans, wood that is treated or untreated, green recycling bags and general waste cannot be collected.
Is Cardiff recycling again?
Cardiff operates an in-house collection service and the council says household recycling materials will be sent again to the councils own Lamby Way materials recycling facility. I am delighted though that we can begin recycling again.
What can I take to the tip Cardiff?
What items can you take to a centre?
- Car batteries.
- Fluorescent tubes and lightbulbs.
- Fridges or Freezers.
How do I get more bin bags in Cardiff?
Food waste bags /caddies are provided free of charge from Cardiff Council. You can find your nearest stockist on the “ Cardiff Gov” app or order them online for a home delivery.
How many green bags can I put out Cardiff?
The Council collects recycling weekly from every household in Cardiff. You can recycle paper, cardboard, glass bottles and jars, plastic bottles and food containers, empty aerosols and metal food cans all together in one green bag.
How do I dispose of polystyrene Cardiff?
 Polystyrene can’t be recycled in Cardiff at present, please place in your black bag/bin.  Recycle plasterboard at 2 of our Household Waste Recycling Centre sites across Cardiff: Bessemer Road and Lamby Way.
Are green bins being collected in Cardiff?
Green waste collections have been suspended in Cardiff for the next four months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Council officials said, as Covid-19 cases rise, the change was aimed at ensuring general rubbish is collected and not left on streets.
Which bin do dead flowers go in?
Dead flowers are not accepted in your local council’s kerbside residual or recycling bin, box or bag. Your local council may offer a free or paid for kerbside green waste collection. Dead flowers can be recycled at your local Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Are Cardiff tips open?
The recycling centres will open from 8.30am until 4.30pm seven days a week. Residents can only book an appointment online through the council website:www. cardiff.gov.uk/recyclingcentres.
Can you put clothes in general waste bin?
Non-acceptable items Don’t put them in your food waste bin: clothes, shoes and textiles. nappies.
How do I contact Cardiff Council?
Phone number: 029 2087 2087.
Can I take a mattress to the tip Cardiff?
Wedal Road recycling centre in Roath, Cardiff, will no longer accept rubble or scrap metal after complaints from residents. The council say it will now however accept mattresses and carpets, and both can still be brought to both Lamby Way and Bessemer Close Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Are rubbish tips open in Wales?
All recycling centres are open but please note there are still restrictions in place to safeguard residents and staff from the coronavirus outbreak. All of our centres are open 8.30am – 5.00pm 7 days a week.
Can you take sofas to the local tip?
In terms of the items that you can take to dispose of, the majority of local recycling centres are reasonably inclusive. As well as general household waste, you ‘ll be able to take larger furniture pieces like sofas or dining sets as well as mattresses, carpets and cardboard.