Due to really high demand for the GREENbin service, it is taking up to four weeks from receipt of application to delivery of the actual bin. Although payment for the service will be taken before the bin is delivered, the invoice for next years payment will be taken one year after the bin has been delivered and not the date the application is received so you will not be financially disadvantaged.
2015 GREENbin service
If you already have a GREENbin and want to change anything or cancel the service, tell us now: GREENbin changes form.
If you already have a GREENbin, you will receive a renewal invoice for the coming year in February. If you joined the service in July 2011 or later you will receive your renewal invoice a year on from your original application or last renewal.
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For answers to questions about the service, such as what can I put in my GREENbin? or why has my GREENbin not been collected?, please visit our GREENbin Frequently Asked Questions page.
The GREENbin service is an optional, chargeable wheeled bin service where your garden waste is collected from your household every two weeks for nine months of the year. The service runs from March to November.
We will deliver to you a large green wheeled bin with a volume of 240 litres. Collections are made fortnightly from your property for nine months of the year (from March to November). This may not be on the same day as your refuse and recycling collections. Click to view GREENbin collection days for your area. The bin(s) will be collected from the same place as you leave your rubbish and REDtop bin.
Want to apply? Read on to find out if GREENbin is for you. If it is, you can apply at any time, using our online application form .
In the GREENbin you can put loose grass cuttings, hedge trimmings, leaves, twigs and small branches, plant prunings and weeds, but not fruit or vegetables. For a full list, please download a What Can I Put in My GREENbin? leaflet here.
The current charge for a GREENbin is £49, which covers the cost of running the service. If you join part way through the GREENbin season you will still be charged £49, but you will not be asked to pay again for a year. We recommend payment by direct debit. Paying this way is easy and keeps running costs of the service down.
Payment in full or a direct debit application must be received before we deliver a GREENbin to you.
After submitting an application form , we will send you an invoice requesting payment for the service (for information only if you have requested a direct debit).
Once you are registered, you can also pay for your GREENbin using our online payments service . Select Make a Payment, and then on the following page select Sales Invoices. Please have your invoice number to hand when making an online payment.
Yes you can. Sharing a bin is a good idea if you don’t produce much garden waste. The bin must be registered with only one resident for payment purposes, and will be emptied from their address.
You can apply online at any time. Once you have submitted the form and either paid your invoice or completed a direct debit request, we will deliver a bin and information pack including a collection calendar to you.
We aim to deliver your bin(s) within five working days of receiving your Direct Debit form or other method of payment. However, please note that due to demand during peak times delivery times may exceed this.
The renewal date will be set on the day your bin is delivered to take into account any delay.
Your first collection will take place on your next scheduled collection day detailed on the calendar.
For more answers to questions about GREENbin, please visit the GREENbin Frequently Asked Questions page.
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