Pembrokeshire County Council are bringing in new recycling procedures from 4th November. Letters are going out – we had ours this morning.
We plan on holding a drop in session at Llanteg Hall to give residents more information on Friday 25th October – to coincide with our monthly Coffee morning – more info to follow.
From PCC website:
Kerbside General FAQ’s What is changing? The Welsh Government has set Pembrokeshire a target to recycle 70% by 2025. To achieve this, we are making changes to your recycling collections. From this autumn, you will be able to recycle more materials at home. We will be providing you with new recycling containers and bags, which will be delivered in time for the launch of the new service. Blue Reusable Sack – Cardboard & Card Blue Box – Paper Red Reusable Sack – Plastic bottles, pots, tubs and trays (excluding black and brown plastic), food and beverage cartons and metal packaging Green Caddie – Food Waste Green Box – Glass Bottles and Jars Household-provided clear bag – Household Batteries We will collect all your recycling and food waste weekly. To find out more about what can be included in each container look out for our video coming in August that will explain the changes coming in the autumn. Residual (non-recyclable) bag collections will be every three weeks. Households will be able to put out a maximum of three PCC-provided standard size grey residual bags every three weeks. We will provide every household with 52 grey bags for the year. There will be special arrangements for households of six or more people. For those with children using nappies or adults using incontinence products, a FREE Absorbent Hygiene Product (AHP) subscription service is available Please be aware that with an increased number of containers per household, the collection service will take longer. Please be patient with our crews when they are undertaking their duties When is it changing? The new service will start on 4th November 2019. Look out for a calendar in the post showing all your collection days.