- Grass cuttings
- Hedge trimmings
- Shrub and flower cuttings
- Herbivorous pet bedding
- Food waste e.g. vegetable peelings
- Plastics (including plants pots and polystyrene)
- Soil and rubble
- Cardboard and paper
- Cat litter and dog waste
- Japanese Knotweed
- Treated or painted wood
We recommend that garden waste is composted at home or taken to a Household Waste Recycling Site if you do not wish to subscribe to the garden waste service.
Home composting is the most environmentally friendly method of dealing with your garden waste. Lots of helpful advice is available at the East Sussex website. Great value compost bins can be ordered from Getcomposting, by calling 0844 5714444. Prices start at £19 plus £5.99 for delivery.
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Customers will be able to subscribe and pay for up to four garden waste bins at their property. Each bin will cost £55 per year.
No, the service costs £55 per bin each year whether you use a 140 litre or 240 litre bin. The majority of the cost in operating the service is with the vehicles, fuel and staff and this is the same when collecting either size bin.
If you have lots of garden waste you may wish to pay for extra garden waste bins. You may subscribe for up to four bins at a cost of £55 per bin per year. Alternatively, you can take your garden waste free of charge to your local Household Waste Recycling Site (external link).
Yes, you can sign up at any point during the year. You will pay for the remaining months on a pro-rata basis until the end of the subscription period. Registrations made in the last two months f the current subscription year will be for the next subscription year.