Recycling, Rubbish & Green Waste
Did you know Rutland residents now recycle over 60% of all their waste. Well done and keep up the good work!
Our recycling rate for 2013/14 totalled 60.02% and places us 7th out of all Local Authorities in England, an improvement from 10th position in 2012/13.
Which bin should I use?
Black Bin: Rubbish Grey Bin: Recycling Green Bin: Garden
Click on a bin for a list of permitted items...
Guide to Recycling, Waste Services and Civic Amenity Sites
Your booklet contains information about recycling services from Rutland County Council, Waste Services including bin collections, and a full guide to the two Civic Amenity Sites.
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For more information about recycling, rubbish & waste services, please choose a service from the menu on the left or follow some of the quick links below:
Household Rubbish Collection
Rutland County Council provides, free of charge, 1 wheeled black bin for each household. The householder is responsible for the safe-keeping of the bin.
Useful links: Bin Collection Days | Missed Bin Collection
Household Recycling Collections
Rutland County Council provides a kerbside collection of 1 grey wheeled bin for recycling and 1 green wheeled bin for garden waste. All households in Rutland are eligible for this collection service and the householder is responsible for the safe-keeping of the bins.
Useful links: Recycling Sites
Waste Tips and Permits
Find out information about the Civic Amenity Sites at Cottesmore and North Luffenham, including details of what materials each site accepts and opening hours.
Useful links: Civic Amenity Site Permit Application