Put dry recyclables in your blue bin. These include paper, cardboard, plastic bottles, pots, tubs and trays, empty aerosols, tins and cans. You’ll find more info below.
Garden waste bin
This is an optional subscription service, which collects compostable garden waste only. This waste might include dead flowers, grass cuttings and sawdust. For more details, click here. You can subscribe to the collection service here.
Any waste that can’t be recycled or composted at home should go in your black bin.
This is the most environmentally friendly way to deal with your garden and kitchen waste. West Suffolk Council offers discounted composting bins through its partners at getcomposting. You’ll find further information on home composting here.
Batteries can be recycled at local collection points including supermarkets, DIY stores and recycling centres.