Cheshire East residents are being advised that their recycling and waste collection days may be changing from 4 November. Stickers will start to be fixed to bins during waste collections over the next few weeks to give advance notice of the possible changes.
These stickers will advise residents to look out for a new calendar, with a new collection schedule and the new time of 6.30am to have their bins ready for collection. These calendars be posted to households and will arrive from 21 October onwards.
Most residents will be affected by the upcoming changes – however some may find their collection days remain the same. These alterations to collection days will allow Cheshire East Council, along with Ansa Environmental Services, a Cheshire East Council company created in 2014, to maximise efficiency and deliver best value to residents by optimising routes and rotas.
Key dates for residents to be aware of are:
If your recycling or waste bin is due to be emptied on the Christmas and New Year bank holidays, please see your calendar as your collection days will change.
All of the above is detailed on the new calendars that residents will receive.
Councillor Brian Roberts, Cheshire East Council cabinet member for highways and waste, said: "The council is committed to improving the recycling and waste collection service for residents. These changes will allow our vehicle rounds to make our bin collections more efficient."
From January 2020, a new food waste collection service will be introduced. Full details of this will be advised in the next few months. In the meantime, residents are reminded that they may be asked to place their bins out on new days from 6.30am and are encouraged to keep their new calendars safe, to remember the new dates for waste and recycling collections.
Information and reminders about the changes will feature on Cheshire East Council's social media pages. Please follow @CheshireEastCouncil on Facebook and @CheshireEast on Twitter to keep up-to-date.
The new bin collection route information will display on the Cheshire East Council website from 4 November on www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/bins . Current collection routes and information will show until this date.
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