Residents across the Suffolk Coastal district are being reminded that their recycling and refuse collections will continue as normal over the Easter weekend with no breaks for the bank holidays.
The Suffolk Coastal Services (SCS Ltd) teams will be working both tomorrow (Good Friday) and on Monday, April 1, visiting all those homes that are normally due a collection for either their recycling or refuse bins.
“I would like to again pay tribute to the efforts of the SCS teams who provide such a great service across the year to our residents and have helped this district become one of the top recycling areas in the country,” said Cllr Andrew Nunn, Cabinet Member for the Green Environment.
“The teams will be working both bank holidays and I hope our resident can play their part by remembering to put their bins out by 7.30am and to recycle as much as possible of their Easter rubbish.
“The foil wrappings, the cardboard boxes, and even the formed plastic packaging of Easter eggs can all be put in the blue-lidded bin for recycling. The chocolate, although I doubt there will be much of that, can go in our brown bins along with any other unwanted cooked or uncooked food waste,” added Cllr Nunn.
For full details about the district’s recycling and refuse services visit www.suffolkcoastal.gov.uk/yourhome/waste.