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Waste and Recycling

Blu recycling box
Blue recycling box

Changes to the waste and recycling service:
Changes to some elements of the waste and recycling service will be introduced in the Dwyfor area in October 2014 and in the Meirionnydd and Arfon areas during 2015. More information is available in the waste information leaflet.

 

 

We encourage everyone to dispose of their waste responsibly to ensure that Gwynedd is a great place to live and visit. 

On these pages you will find information about:


Recycling

  • blue recycling box – ask about your collection day, view the 2013 collection calendar, request a new recycling box and much more
  • recycling centres and banks – information about your local recycling centre
  • promoting recycling - to arrange a talk or a visit to the Caergylchu Recycling Centre in Caernarfon for a school, group or society or to ask the recycling team to bring a stall to an event you are organising, please contact us on 01766 771000 or e-mail GalwGwynedd@gwynedd.gov.uk

Food waste

Garden waste

  • garden waste – brown wheelie bin – check which items you can put in your brown bin, ask about your collection day, view the 2013 collection calendar, and much more   

Household waste

Commercial waste


To report fly tipping incidents, dirty or untidy streets, dog fouling problems, graffiti and so on, go to the Keep Gwynedd Tidy section.


Attachments

Waste information leaflet - May 2014pdf (pdf, 151k)
 

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Last updated: 18/09/2014
 

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