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Changes to bin collections over festive period – sign up for your ‘digital calendar’ now!

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Tuesday, Nov 13th, 2018.

Residents across Wrexham are being asked to sign up for a digital calendar and updates ahead of bin collection changes over the festive period.

The new 2018/19 refuse and recycling collection calendars are also available online to download – with Wrexham Council stating that postal versions will not be sent out to households.

There are no changes to collection days next year, however residents are being advised to keep an eye on changes from
Tuesday 25th December 25 2018 to Saturday 12th January 12 2019.

This winter will also the introduction of one a month green bin collections from December 2018 to February, 2019, with normal fortnightly collections resuming in March.

Residents who have paid for the additional garden waste collection service will receive a letter shortly regarding the changes.

All other kerbside recycling will continue to be collected weekly.

Cllr David A. Bithell, lead member for environment and transport, said: “As a growing number of Wrexham residents are now online via smartphones and tablets, we want to make sure residents are aware that they can get their waste and recycling collection calendars online.

“It’s incredibly simple to do and won’t take five minutes of your time, but can save residents from missing bin collections.”

How do I get my calendar?

To download or print your calendar, click here and type in your postcode.

Once your postcode’s typed in, just click on your property, and the system will highlight your relevant collection day and calendar – this will give you the chance to either print off or save the calendar.

MyUpdates – sign up now!

By signing up to the refuse collection reminder on MyUpdates, you’ll get an e-mail the day before your collection.

Just go to MyUpdates and fill in your details. For those residents who do not have access to on-line facilities there will be a limited number of hard copies available.

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