When to put your bins out, what to do with your old fridge, how to report a problem, how to order a bin and more.
For households with one or more children in nappies, having enough room in the black bin can be challenging. The good news is that from 1st November 2021 we will be introducing a weekly collection service for nappies and absorbent hygiene products.
Information about how to pay for the garden waste collection service, order additional brown bins and how the collection service runs.
Find out when your refuse and recycling is collected and download a calendar.
Details of where the Household Recycling Centres are, when they're open and what you can recycle.
Donate your unwanted household items or ask us to collect them (including domestic fridges and freezers).
Request new, replacement or additional recycling or waste items.
Report a missed bin or a different collection problem.
Our service is designed for anyone who is physically unable to move the wheelie bin to the kerbside for us to collect. We can arrange for an assisted collection on a temporary basis, or on a long-term basis depending on your circumstances.
The Council uses a permit system to restrict the types of vehicles allowed to use Household Recycling Centres in Flintshire. Learn more and how to apply.
What can and cannot be recycled
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The Council's policy on side waste that is presented alongside a black wheeled bin.
Have you ever wondered what happens to your recycling once it's left your kerbside or you've dropped it off at the Household Recycling Centre?
To meet Welsh Government's Statutory Recycling Targets we have moved from a weekly, back-door collection service to a modern, highly controlled service that focusses on reuse and recycling.
Details of what can or cannot be put in each of your bins or containers.
Frequently asked questions e.g: Where do I place my bins? / Get rid of hazardous waste, asbestos or clinical waste?
Flintshire County Council is warning residents to be vigilant when taking up offers from individuals posing as legitimate waste disposal businesses during the coronavirus outbreak
The Council encourages residents to use modern 'real' reusable nappies to save money and help the environment.
Even after bringing all our shopping home, we end up throwing away the very foods we should be eating the most of - fruit, veg and wholegrain carbs
About a third of your waste can be composted at home, saving energy and resources and benefiting your garden and your pocket.