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Waste Collections

Two Minute Street Clean

The aim of the #2minutestreetclean scheme is to make it as easy as possible for people to help maintain and improve the cleanliness of Pembrokeshire while having a positive and rewarding impact on our environment.

Each station holds litter pickers and used carrier bags to equip people to carry out a litter pick when they visit. The litter collected can then be put into the nearest litter or recycling bin. 

Every piece of litter removed from our streets matters, it does not matter if you pick up 1 or 2 items or a whole bagful – it all helps. 

This map shows the location of the street boards, please note that the boards are hosted by volunteers so there may be occasions when the boards are not put out, also some are seasonal only. 

For more information or to be involved in #2minutestreetclean please contact Jemma Price-Lewis on 01437 764551 or email jemma.price-lewis@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

ID: 5472, revised 07/11/2019

Report a Missed Bin Collection

We will arrange for a missed bin collection if: 

  • Your bins or bags contained the correct materials. You can check what can go in each bag on our kerbside collections page.
  • Your bins and bags were put out on the correct collection day and on the correct week. Before reporting a missed collection please check your collection day using our recycling and rubbish search.
  • Your bins or bags aren't too heavy.
  • Your bins and bags were on the pavement before 6.30am on your collection day.
  • There have been unscheduled disruptions to the service such as bad weather. We will post information on our website and our Twitter and accounts if there are problems.

If your bins and bags were ready for collection you can report a missed collection to us. If your bins or bags were not ready then we will collect them on your next appropriate Bin Day.

 

ID: 2603, revised 07/11/2019

Replacement bags and boxes

You can obtain further supplies from the following places: (* indicates a charge)

*23 litre food bags cost £6.70 per roll

Please click on the blue text for opening hours. 

Name Address 23 litre food waste bags * 5 litre food waste bags 5 litre food caddy 23Ltr Food caddy  44 litre glass box Blue Reusable Sack - Cardboard & Card  Blue Box - Paper  Red Reusable Sack AHP 60 litre purple sacks 
Ceredigion County Council Morgan Street, Cardigan. SA43 1DG No Yes No No No No No No No
Cilgerran Post Office Siop y Pentre, Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire, SA43 2SG No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Costa Coffee Unit 1, Milford Waterfront, Victoria Road, Milford Haven SA73 3AB No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Crymych Leisure Centre Crymych, SA41 3QH No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Fishguard Library & Information Centre Town Hall, Fishguard. SA65 9HE No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Fishguard Leisure Centre Fishguard, SA65 9DT No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Haverfordwest Leisure centre St Thomas Green, Haverfordwest. SA61 1QX No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Haverfordwest Library & Information Centre The Riverside, Haverfordwest No Yes No No No No No No No 
Haverfordwest North Wing Customer Service Centre County Hall, Freemans Way, Haverfordwest. SA61 1TP Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 
Hermon Civic Amenity and Recycling centre Rhydiau, Hermon, Crymych. SA41 3QT Yes Yes No No No No No No No 
Milford Haven Leisure Centre Priory Road, Milford Haven. SA73 2EE No  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes  No No No No 
Milford Haven Library & Information Centre  Cedar Court, Haven's Head Business Park, Milford Haven SA73 3LS No  Yes  Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Narberth Bloomfield House Community Centre Redstone Road, Narberth SA67 7ES No  Yes Yes  Yes  Yes  No No No No 
Narberth Library St James Street, Narberth. SA67 7BU No  Yes  No  No  No  No No No No 
Newgale Shop M M Carter Gardens & Leisure, Newgale, H'west SA62 6AS No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Newport Post Office 2 Long Street, Newport. SA42 0TJ No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Neyland Library St Clements Road, Neyland. SA73 1SH No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Pembroke Dock Argyle Street Customer Service Centre Argyle Street, Pembroke Dock. SA72 6HL Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 
Pembroke Dock Library Water Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire. SA72 6DW No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Pembroke Leisure Centre Bush, Pembroke. SA71 4RJ No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Pembroke Library & Information Centre Commons Road, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire SA71 4AE No Yes No No No No No No No 
Pembroke Town Hall Town Hall, Main Street, Pembroke. SA71 4JS No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Tenby Leisure Centre Marsh Road, Tenby. SA70 7LB No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Tenby Library Greenhill Avenue, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 7LB No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Tenby Town Council De Valence Pavilion, Upper Frog Street, Tenby. SA70 7JD No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
Thornton Business Park Pembrokeshire County Council, Unit 23, Thornton Business Park SA73 2RR Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes 
Saundersfoot Library & Information Centre Regency Hall, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire. SA69 9NG No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
St Davids City Hall City Hall, High Street, St Davids. SA62 6SD No Yes Yes Yes  Yes No No No No 
St Davids Leisure Centre Ysgol Dewi Sant, St Davids. SA62 6QH No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
St Dogmaels Post Office 1 Hill Street, St Dogmaels. SA43 3ED No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 
ID: 703, revised 16/03/2020

Bulky Household Collections

Bulky Waste Collections – Restricted Service Operating

Bulky waste collection have resumed but on a restricted basis.

If you have unwanted large household appliances such as beds, fridges and furniture you can arrange for a bulky household waste collection. The collection of bulky household items is undertaken on our behalf by Frame, a local charitable organisation.

Requests for this service can be made by completing a Bulky Household Waste Collection Form via 'My Account' your online Council account. We are doing all we can to reduce contact between the public and staff and adhere to social distancing at this time. Therefore payments surrounding the collection are to be made in advance of the collection during the booking process to ensure bookings can be processed in a prompt manner whilst adhere to Welsh Government guidelines.

The charge for a collection of household items is £20 for 10 items or less.  Please note a 3-piece suite would be classed as three items, whereas a table and four chairs would be classed as five items. We are currently unable to collect any heavy items, which would require more than two people to move i.e. pianos etc. 

When requesting this service, please state the items to be collected, as only specified items will be removed.

Once we have received your request it will be sent to Frame who will contract the household to arrange the collection, the items will only be collected from outside the property and please do not place these items out for collection until instructed to by FRAME. 

 

 

ID: 701, revised 19/05/2020

Seagull proof bags

Seagull-proof bags will be available to buy at £5.30 each from the following locations:

 

  • Pembrokeshire Frame, Merlins Bridge
  • Pembrokeshire Frame, London Road, Pembroke Dock
  • Pembrokeshire Frame, Goodwick Industrial Estate
  • Tenby Town Council, De Valence Pavilion, Upper Frog Street
  • St Davids City Council, St Davids City Hall, High Street
  • Thornton Depot, Milford Haven
ID: 576, revised 13/11/2017

Waste and Recycling Collections

Search for your Bin Day

ID: 311, revised 01/11/2019

Garden Waste Collections

Between the 2nd March and 4th December 2020, we are offering fortnightly collections of household garden waste.

The cost of this subscription only service is £46 per bin for subscriptions and renewals received before 1st April or £51 per bin from 1st April onwards.

Annual Direct Debit customers will also benefit from the reduced rate of £46.

The service is available for domestic households only.

Subscribe or Renew

By managing your subscription online you can also:

 Garden Waste Collection Service - Frequently Asked Questions

 I have garden waste to dispose of but do not want to sign up to the collection service - what can I do with it?

You can:

ID: 310, revised 20/02/2020

Food Waste Collections

Five reasons to recycle your food waste

1) It's easy

2) Contains food smells

3) Caddies lock to stop pests getting access

4) It's collected once a week

5) Turned into electricity


What can I put in my caddy? 

You can put any raw or cooked food in your caddy. You can even scrape uneaten food straight into your caddy.

  • Meat and fish - raw and cooked including bones
  • All dairy products such as eggs and cheese
  • Vegetables and fruit - raw and cooked
  • Bread, cakes and pastries
  • Rice, pasta and beans
  • Uneaten food from your plates and dishes
  • Tea bags and coffee grounds
  • Waste cat and dog food from a domestic property. Anything from a commercial premise will be agreed on a case by case basis.

No Thanks!  Please do not put any of these materials in your food waste caddy.

  • Packaging of any sort
  • Plastic bags
  • Liquids
  • Oil or liquid fat

Please remember - If you already compost at home please keep composting your uncooked vegetable and fruit peelings in your bin or heap.

 

How can I recycle my food waste?

To recycle your food waste all you need is:

  • A large green 23 ltr food waste bin 
  • A silver 5 ltr food waste caddy 
  • An annual supply of bags to line the caddy

Step 1

Get the right equipment – you will need a kitchen caddy, caddy bags
and a kerbside bin.

Step 2

Line your Kitchen Caddy with the bag

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 3

Place any food waste into the caddy, taking care to exclude any packaging.

 

Step 4

When your kitchen caddy is full, empty into your kerbside bin and put out for collection once a
week so it can be recycled.

 

 

 

 

 

ID: 386, revised 02/03/2020

Kerbside Glass Collections

What can I put in the box?

Empty glass bottles and jars of all colours, shapes and sizes. There is no need to remove labels, lids, corks or bottle tops.

What can't put in the box?

Any type of glass that is not a bottle or jar i.e pyrex containers, drinking glasses, spectacles, window glass, glass ornaments, glass chopping boards or light bulbs

Why can't these items be included?

These items melt at a different temperature to glass bottles and jars. If they get mixed up and collected, they will contaminate the load making it useless and unable to be recycled. 

How can I dispose of the items that can't go in my box, without them being sent to landfill?

They can be taken to your closest Civic Amenity and Recycling Centre and disposed of in special containers. Alternatively, most of these items can be donated to your local charity shop providing they are in good condition and spectacles can be taken into most opticians.

Where can I keep my box?

The drain holes in the box are raised to retain liquid and prevent soiling to floors, should you keep your box indoors. However if you keep your box outside the holes will allow the controlled release of rainwater.  

Please only put the items listed in your box for collection. If the wrong items are collected and mixed into the load it will not be able to be recycled. Any items that are not suitable for kerbside collection will be left in the box for you to re-sort and dispose of correctly.

What will happen to the collected glass?

The glass will be delivered to Swansea and go for closed loop recycling.  Closed loop recycling means the glass will be recycled back into glass bottles and jars which is the most sustainable way of recycling.

Top tips for recycling your glass

  • Use your glass recycling box on a fortnightly basis. Overfilling the box makes it heavier and more difficult to handle.
  • Please empty and rinse the bottles and jars to remove any residue
  • Place the bottles and jars loose inside the box
  • Please do not fill your glass recycling box above the rim. Overfilling the box increases the chances of breakages and injury
  • There is no need to remove labels, lids, corks or bottle tops
  • There is no need to separate your glass according to colour

Fascinating facts and figures

  • On average each family in the UK uses 330 glass bottles and jars a year (British Glass).
  • Glass bottles and jars are 100% recyclable and can be used again and again.
  • Glass that is thrown away and sent to landfill will never decompose.
  • Glass dating over 3,000 years old has been found in the Middle East.
  • Using recycled glass in a furnace uses less energy than making new glass from scratch.
  • Recycling two bottles saves enough energy to boil water for five cups of tea.
  • In Britain we use over six billion glass bottles and jars each year. It would take you over three and a half thousand years to sing "Six Billion Green Bottles"! (Waste Watch).

We are looking into the best way to collect glass from large blocks of flats and properties with no accessible kerbside.

For more information, please call our Contact Centre on 01437 764551 or email wastemanagement@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

 Nothing should go to waste in Pembrokeshire

 

ID: 314, revised 01/11/2019