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It's that time of year again. Here's everything you need to know about your bin collections over the festive period.
From 1 December 2019 only West Sussex residents will be able to use our 11 Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRSs).
Recycling makes a real difference to our environment, but it can be confusing at times! Find out what items YOU can recycle here...
Read this article for bin collections over the Christmas period and for green Christmas tips from HDC.
West Sussex is one of several councils to introduce new charges for disposal of non-houselhold waste such as soil and DIY materials.
West Sussex County Council can now recycle your plastic pots, tubs and trays!
The Horsham Gobbler Service will cease from the end of June 2014. The service operated on a quarterly basis in Steyning, Henfield, Pulborough and Storrington and handled general household waste.
Unfortunately the mobile service for electrical equipment has now been withdrawn.
The Gobbler is a mobile general household waste removal service, and it operates in the Henfield Library Car park. Householders can take their rubbish to a skip in the Library car park and it is removed on the day. The Gobbler Service will cease from the end of June.
Horsham District Council provides a weekly refuse collection service from the kerbside of your home. The collection alternates from week to week. Blue top (Recyclables) and Brown top (Garden Waste) are taken one week, and Refuse (for non-recyling) the next week. Find out below what dates you need to put the bin out.
Many items can be recycled via collection facilities within the village, including glass, shoes, batteries and light bulbs.
A list of the nearest Household Waste Recycling Sites (Tips) around Henfield & West Sussex.