Household Refuse Collection Services
Household Waste - Domestic Bins.
Chichester District Council operate an alternate weekly waste and recycling collection service. One week your general waste is collected and the following week your recycling is collected.
Each property is provided with two wheeled bins with an option on a third bin for a charge:-
Black Wheeled Bin
Your black wheeled bin is for the leftover rubbish that cannot be recycled or composted. It is not for garden waste, rubble, bulky items, corrosive materials/liquids or hot ashes.
Please do not overfill your waste bin; the lid should be closed at all times.
The Council will collect additional general waste that cannot fit inside the black wheeled bin if it is contained in a special clear Council marked biodegradable 'excess waste sack'. Waste contained in other bags or sacks around the bin will not be collected. These Council sacks are available for purchase from The Grange, Bepton Road, Midhurst, and should be placed - when full - next to your black wheeled bin on general waste collection day.
Burgundy Wheeled Bin
This is your recycling bin. Please place all your recyclable materials loose in the bin (please rinse out plastic bottles and cans). Please do not place carrier bags in the burgundy bin.
For the list of materials that can be placed in the burgundy bin, please click here.
Please do not overfill your waste bin; the lid should be closed at all times.
Optional Green Wheeled Bin
Your green wheeled bin is for garden rubbish and is collected fortnightly.
There is a charge for this service
Please do not overfill your waste bin; the lid should be closed at all times.
Find out what your collection day is by using the CDC online tool
To use this you will need to enter your address or postcode
Household Waste and Recycling - Disposal Sites
West Sussex County Council provides household waste recycling sites for the public to use to dispose of their own household waste.
For the location and opening times of your nearest site (Midhurst) click on this link
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