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Garden waste bins For an annual fee Charnwood provides residents with a 240-litre brown bin for garden waste. Charnwood will empty your brown bin every fortnight all year round, apart from two weeks over the Christmas period. The cost is £28 per year if you pay by annual direct debit. If you pay by any other method, the charge will be £37 per year. Once the subscription is active, Charnwood will send you a sticker to place on each of the garden waste bins you are paying for. You must place a sticker on each bin otherwise they will not be emptied. Apply for the garden waste service What goes in the brown bin? Grass cuttings Leaves Small twigs (up to 50mm) Hedge trimmings Raw fruit and vegetables directly from the garden Weeds and old garden or houseplants Flowers These items do not go in the brown bin: Plant pots/wire ties/seed trays Plastic, glass or metal Wood shavings Gravel or stones Soil or turf Logs and thick branches Meat waste and bones Fish or cooked food
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
Garden waste bins For an annual fee Charnwood provides residents with a 240-litre brown bin for garden waste. Charnwood will empty your brown bin every fortnight all year round, apart from two weeks over the Christmas period. The cost is £28 per year if you pay by annual direct debit. If you pay by any other method, the charge will be £37 per year. Once the subscription is active, Charnwood will send you a sticker to place on each of the garden waste bins you are paying for. You must place a sticker on each bin otherwise they will not be emptied. Apply for the garden waste service What goes in the brown bin? Grass cuttings Leaves Small twigs (up to 50mm) Hedge trimmings Raw fruit and vegetables directly from the garden Weeds and old garden or houseplants Flowers These items do not go in the brown bin: Plant pots/wire ties/seed trays Plastic, glass or metal Wood shavings Gravel or stones Soil or turf Logs and thick branches Meat waste and bones Fish or cooked food
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