Erewash Borough Council has confirmed the dates for its last garden waste collections, which are temporarily withdrawn during the winter months.
Residents in the NORTH of the borough – Ilkeston and surrounding areas – will have their last brown bin collections week commencing Monday 3 December. The last collections in the SOUTH – Long Eaton and surrounding areas –will be week commencing Monday 10 December.
When garden waste collections end for the season, Erewash residents can once again use their brown bin for their recyclable waste until the garden waste rounds resume next year.
Councillor Garry Hickton, Erewash Borough Council’s Lead Member for Environment, says:
“We had a rainy spring and then a summer heatwave that we will remember for a long time – but through it all, residents have made full use of and been grateful for our free garden waste collections.
“And the good news is there is still plenty of time left to do all the autumn and final tasks in our gardens as the free collections continue into December.”
Garden waste collections will restart week beginning Monday 25 February in the Ilkeston areas meaning the last recycling collections from brown bins will be during the week commencing 11 February. After this collection recycling can only be presented in blue bins/green bags.
In the Long Eaton areas garden waste collections will restart week beginning Monday 4 March, meaning the last collection of recycling from brown bins will be the week commencing 18 February. After this collection recycling can only be presented in blue bins/green bags.