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When will your bin be collected over the bank holiday?

Buckinghamshire Council have given us an update on bin collection changes due to the Easter weekend.

Published by Dan Gooding at 5:30am 9th April 2020. 2-minute read.

When will your bin be collected over the bank holiday?

Buckinghamshire Council have given us an update on bin collection changes due to the Easter weekend.

Bin collections across Buckinghamshire will be operating a revised timetable over the Easter Bank Holiday.

If your usual bin collection day was a Friday, the Good Friday bin collection will move to Saturday 11 April, and with no collections on Bank Holiday Monday, 13 April, collections the following week will move forward by one day.

Easter bank holiday bin collection 2020-02

Ongoing changes

Residents are reminded that the garden waste collection service in all areas is currently suspended and they should compost or store as much as possible for disposal later.

The Council are asking that we do not burn green waste, as this creates smoke that can aggravate breathing problems for people with asthma and other respiratory conditions.

Buckinghamshire Council would like to thank residents for their understanding and support at this difficult time and, while every effort will be made to keep to this timetable, further changes may need to be made if crew members have to self-isolate.

The latest information about waste collection services can be found on the Buckinghamshire Council website.

How to help crews

Residents are also reminded to park considerately to ensure that waste & recycling vehicles have access and can complete their rounds.

To help prevent the spread of coronavirus you should wipe down bin handles and wash hands with soap and water after handling bins.

For all changes to services delivered by Buckinghamshire Council at this time, go to their website.

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