How much does Ealing Council charge for mattress?

How much does Ealing Council charge for mattress?

More than two at a time, or left-over repeated visits, will be considered trade waste and as such will result in a £11.50 charge per mattress (regardless of the size).

How do you dispose of broken glass in Ealing?

Please flatten all cardboard and rinse all cans, tins and plastics. Do not put broken glass in the clear sack, please wrap it and dispose of in your black refuse sack. Place your clear sack at your allocated collection point by 7am each week on your collection day.

Can you recycle polystyrene in Ealing?

The following items cannot be recycled: Crockery, pyrex and glassware (vases and drinking glasses) Polystyrene packaging – the only polystyrene exception is a type used for certain yoghurt pots, these will be indicated with a 6 PS symbol somewhere on the packaging. Nappies.

Can you use white bin bags for recycling?

Yes. Both reprocessed and virgin (newly-manufactured) polythene bin bags can be recycled after use. Some waste management services will accept used bin bags for recycling as their cleaning processes are thorough enough to remove any contamination.

How do you dispose of Ealing paint?

If you are a resident within Ealing and you have leftover paint from your home you can use the drop off point on site to leave your paint. Groups and individuals will then be able to access the site to collect the paint and use it locally.

Can I use Greenford recycling Centre?

To visit the Greenford recycling centre, you must book a slot in advance. Only cars, motorcyclist and cyclist are permitted, pedestrian entries are strictly prohibited. You must bring Photo ID and proof of residence when visiting.

How do you dispose of microwave Ealing?

You can recycle them at the following recycling sites:

  1. Morrisons, Acton, W3 9LA.
  2. South Ealing Road opposite South Ealing Station, W5 4QT.
  3. Fleming Road, Golflinks Estate, Southall.
  4. Bordars Road Junction with Greenford Avenue W7.
  5. Lady Margaret Road, opposite Neal Avenue, Southall UB1 2NP.

What wheelie bin does cardboard go in?

Put the following clean, dry items loose in your blue bin: Cardboard and thin card. Paper, envelopes and junk mail. Newspapers and magazines. Plastic bottles, pots and tubs.

What can you not put in a blue bin?

Items you can’t recycle

  • Black sacks, carrier bags and other plastic packaging.
  • Shredded paper.
  • Wrapping paper.
  • Cardboard juice cartons.
  • Aluminium foil.
  • Mixed plastics such as yoghurt pots, margarine and ice cream tubs, and cling film.
  • Textiles and clothing.
  • Any household or garden waste.

What are grey bin bags used for?

Heavy duty red bags are stronger, larger bags suitable for heavy waste from hospitality businesses. Large grey bags are used for waste compactors.

Are black bin bags biodegradable?

The way we manufacture and dispose of plastics needs to change, that’s why we offer these biodegradable bin bags as an alternative to plastic. These black bags are strong and sturdy and in buying them, you will be doing your bit to make our planet a greener place to live.

Do you have to book Greenford dump?

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What services does Ealing Council offer?

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When will my recycling and rubbish be collected?

Most households have recycling and rubbish collected on alternate weeks: recycling and food waste one week; rubbish and food waste the next week. Check the table below to find out when your collections will take place.

What are the benefits of alternate recycling and rubbish collections?

Alternate recycling and rubbish collections will reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by reducing the number of collection trucks on the streets. Check online to find out if your next collection is your rubbish or recycling collection week.