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Council Services:

Waste collection day

To find out what your waste collection day is and when your black and green bins will be collected, a Know My BIn Day postcode search is available on the Customer Portal

If you have any issues finding your address or it is incorrect please report it and we will ensure that your address is added to the database.

Please remember that your recycling containers will be collected every week.

The collection vehicles also travel different routes on some occasions, so the time your bin and recycling are collected may vary, therefore, on the day of collection, to ensure that your bin and recycling boxes are emptied, please remember to place them out before 7am.

All missed collections must be reported to the Council no later than 5pm on the day following the normal collection day for it to be collected, providing that the bins and boxes were out in the collection point before 7am.

For General enquiries please use the Waste Management General Enquiry Form

Application Form

Application for assisted collection service

Assisted collections will be restricted to those households who are in genuine need following an application process to the Council.

Contact Highways and Waste Management

Sustainable Development Directorate
Isle of Anglesey County Council
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Tel: General enquiries: 01248 752860
For General enquiries please use the Waste Management General Enquiry Form
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