Photos of new, smaller black bins lined up on a street in Bradley Stoke.

Rollout of smaller black bins under way

South Gloucestershire Council has begun the mammoth task of delivering 106,000 smaller 140-litre bins to residents across the district. The new bins will replace the current 240-litre black wheeled bins used for non-recyclable waste. Around 4,000 properties in Bradley Stoke received their new, smaller black bins at the end of January; the remainder should have theirs by April at the

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Photo of a 'Romaquip' recycling collection vehicle.

Weekly recycling collections to start in June

Slimline black bins (140-litre in place of 240-litre) to be introduced later this year. South Gloucestershire Council has announced that weekly kerbside recycling collections will start on 19th June, marking the first stage in the introduction of a new waste strategy designed to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill, meet recycling targets and save money. Later in the

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