Rubbish, waste and recycling
The Household Waste Collection and Recycling Service is now
provided by Amey, further information about the service is
available from the waste
collection and recycling page of Amey's Greener Peterborough
1) On windy days crews will take every
precaution to return bins in such a way as to minimize chances of
them being blown into the road – this may mean your food bins
are left lying down rather than leaving them standing for the wind
to blow them over and risk damage or loss.
2) Where bin collections are not possible
due to safety concerns collection crews will return to empty those
bins as soon as it is safe to do so.
Garden waste collections are an optional, paid-for service.
The Waste Collection and Recycling service is now provided by Amey working in partnership with Peterborough City Council.
Operates free of charge for members of the public to dispose of household waste, so that as much as possible can be recycled.
There are many recycling sites located throughout the Peterborough area.
The WEEE Re-use Facility is designed to reprocess and recondition electrical goods for recycling and resale into the community.
The presence of asbestos in your home does not necessarily create a health risk but risks arise from the breathing in of microscopic asbestos fibres.
Information on commercial waste in the industrial or trade sector.
Amey offers a free pick-up service for a range of items, which it will donate to local deafblind charity Sense.
The best practical environmental option for treating Peterborough’s residual waste - the materials that can’t be reused or recycled.
Educating the people of Peterborugh on recycling and environmental issues.
The Street Care service is provided by Amey, you can report street care issues using the online reporting form.
Lots of everyday waste items in your home and garden can be added to enrich your compost.
Further information on recycling and other environmental issues.
Peterborough is a leading recycler among local authorities and aims to be the environment capital in the UK.
As a council and a public organisation all of our strategies, policies and plans are publicly available documents for you to view.