Service Update: 

We have a plan in place to maintain waste collections throughout the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. Despite our best efforts though some disruption is still likely.

We will update this webpage with the latest information. You can also sign up to our recycling e-newsletter

Bulky waste collections are now available again.

Some of Worcestershire County Council's Household Recycling Centres will be open from Monday (11 May) but with restrictions and social distancing measures. You should sill only visit if it is essential and store your waste at home if it is safe to do so.

Disposal of waste for people/households with symptoms of coronavirus

Please put used tissues and disposable cleaning cloths in rubbish bags. Then put the bag into a second bag and tie it securely. Store it for three days before putting it in your black bin.

If on a sack collection follow the same process and store bags separately from bags of standard household waste for three days. They can then be put out for collection together on your usual collection day.

You can dispose of other household waste as normal

Support for commercial waste and recycling customers

We appreciate this is a challenging times for businesses and we want to support you.

If you use our waste and recycling collection service then you can suspend your collection.

All you have to do is make sure you cancel your Direct Debit with your bank or building society before 31 March 2020.

You do not need to tell us you have done this. Our system will automatically pick it up.

In this section you will find the following information:

Self service

Recycling and waste

Household recycling centres - tips

Worcestershire's Household Recycling Centres are currently closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Garden waste

Trade and commercial

Please note that we collect as normal on Bank Holidays except for Christmas and New Year.  The Household Recycling Centres at Hill & Moor and Hanbury Wharf are also open as normal.

Further information

Wychavon District Council

Telephone 01386 565018 (9am-5pm Monday-Friday)
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