Household recycling and rubbish collections

Find out what can go in your bins, when your waste collection day is and about bulky and clinical waste collections. Please be aware that your bin needs to be placed at the boundary of your property by 6am on your collection day.

You can find out your bin collection days by entering your postcode.

Our Icon for pdf collection calendar [31.89KB] tells you which weeks we will collect the recycling and rubbish bins.

We also offer weekly collections of most unwanted small electrical items and textiles.

We are unable to empty any recycling bins that have non-recyclable material inside. To check if an item can go into your recycling bin use the online recycling search tool or download the Recycle For Surrey app to your smartphone. If your bin is marked by our crews as contaminated, you will need to remove any objects we cannot collect as part of our recycling service before your next collection day.

 

There are certain items we are unable to accept in blue-lidded recycling bins. Please check below to find out what we can and cannot recycle in Runnymede.
The are currently no disruptions to collection services.
Information on what to put into recycling and rubbish bins
Report missed bin collections
The garden waste collection is an annual subscription service. To join you will need to pay for a Runnymede Borough Council garden waste bin and a year's subscription. Once you have your bin you only need to pay the annual subscription cost.
Information on Bulky waste collections
Help with your recycling and rubbish collection if you are unable to put your bins out on collection day.
Changes in weather can sometimes affect your recycling and rubbish collections.
Below is our general guidelines for flats that have a council waste collection, however every flat in Runnymede is different so your collection arrangements will depend on how your building is managed and the layout.
Are you a student in the borough? Make sure you are up to date with how you can dispose and recycle your waste in Runnymede.

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