Dorset bin collections affected this week (5 March 2018)

NEWS RELEASE: Bin collections to be affected this week across Dorset

 

Dorset residents are being made aware that their bin collections may be affected for up to a week while services return to normal.

Due to the recent severe weather, the Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) suspended collections in East Dorset on Thursday 1 March, with the rest of the county’s collections disrupted on Friday 2 March.

With up to two days of missed bin collections to catch-up on, the DWP are kindly asking for residents’ patience while they work to clear the backlog.

Bins, boxes and bags should be left out for collection until they are emptied or picked up. Please note that different bins may be emptied at different times.

DWP crews will collect any extra bags of rubbish left out with bins that were missed last week. Extra recycling is always accepted provided it is separated and placed in a sturdy container.

Residents who weren’t affected by the disruption should continue to put their bins out on their usual collection day.

The DWP hopes to have cleared the majority of missed bins by Saturday 10 March, with extra collections to take place if necessary.

Updates will be made on https://www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/travel-dorset/severe-weather/waste-and-recycling and via Facebook and Twitter (@recycle4dorset).

The Dorset Waste Partnership would like to thank everyone for their patience and understanding.

James Potten

Senior Corporate Communications Officer

Dorset Waste Partnership

Direct line: 01305 225957

Princes House, Princes Street, Dorchester, DT1 1TP

 

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