New, Replacement or Damaged Bins
A guide for Developers
When designing a new build you will need to make consideration for the storage and collection of refuse and recycling, making sure our collection vehicles and staff can access the bins to empty them.
The minimal provision per household will be for 1x black wheeled bin (general waste), 1x blue wheeled bin (dry recycling), 1x grey wheeled bin (garden waste) and 1x 55ltr box (paper).
Apartments/Houses with one/two bedrooms will be provided with 140ltr wheeled bins.
Apartments/Houses with three or more bedrooms will be provided with 180ltr general waste bins and 240ltr recycling bins.
On occasion it may be more feasible to provide 1100ltr shared containers for general waste and/or dry recycling when designing large blocks of apartments. However, this will need to be assessed by a Refuse and Recycling Officer and will be at their discretion.
|Bin Capacity||Height mm||Width mm||Depth mm|
|Plastic Wheels Bins 140litre||1070||480||555|
|Plastic Wheeled Bins 180litre||1070||580||740|
|Recycling Box 55litre||390||580||360|
|Steel Bins 660litre||1310||1260||730|
|Steel Bins 1,100litre||1370||1260||990|
The storage of these containers should be out of view of the public highway, with clear access to the kerbside for the containers to be presented on collection day.
Refuse and Recycling vehicles can only make collections from roads that are to built to an adoptable standard and will not travel onto private roads/driveways.
If you would like further advice or information please email firstname.lastname@example.org