REFUSE AND RECYCLING INFORMATION AND DATES 2018/2019
CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR COLLECTIONS:
NO CHANGE FOR SLINGSBY AND FRYTON. SOUTH HOLME – SEE YOUR COLLECTION CALENDAR BELOW.
For all residents of the parish the garden waste collection is fortnightly on TUESDAYS (excluding December, January and March).
Subscription to the garden waste service for this year (from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019) was open until 31st May. Existing subscribers should have received a letter in February 2018. The first brown bin collection in Slingsby for this new collection year was on Tuesday 10 April 2018.
Our nearest household waste recycling centres are in Malton (Showfield Lane) and Wombleton. There is also one at Thornton-le-Dale.
The 2018/2019 collection calendar for Slingsby and Fryton (only) can be found here (in printer-friendly PDF form): CollectionCalendar Slingsby Fryton Dec 2018
The collection day for Slingsby and Fryton is Monday. (The calendar shows whether a given collection is waste or recycling.) Garden waste bins (for subscribers) are collected on Tuesday (excl December, January, February) immediately following the recycling collection.
Note that for South Holme the waste/recycling weeks are different. See your South Holme calendar here: CollectionCalendar South Holme Dec 2018
If in doubt, we suggest you use the dedicated lookup page on the Ryedale website to find your property’s collection calendar: https://www.ryedale.gov.uk/environment/rubbish-recycling/find-your-bin-collection-day.html
See below for more info we’ve taken from the Ryedale District Council website.
A printable PDF version of the Slingsby and Fryton calendar can be found HERE
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Garden Waste Service
Since 1 June 2014 collections of garden waste have been a subscription only service. This change does not affect other waste collection services. Garden waste collections will continue to be suspended for the 3 winter months (December, January and February).
If you choose not to subscribe, then you must either take your garden waste to a Household Waste Recycling Centre or compost it at home. We recommend that you retain your brown bin in case you change your mind.
If you are not going to subscribe to the garden waste service, the brown bins remain the property of the Council and at some point in the future will be collected from your property with prior notice. However, if your brown bin is causing an obstruction and you would like it removed, please complete the online form to arrange for it to be collected.
Garden waste should not be placed in your general refuse bin.
If you choose to join the scheme, you will need to display a valid licence on your wheeled bin. A licence will be issued once payment has been received.
For how to subscribe and what happens next
please visit the Ryedale District Council website page:
Composting at home
If you would like to try composting more of your garden waste at home, low cost containers are available now.
Full information and advice about recycling can be found on Ryedale District Council’s website: http://www.ryedale.gov.uk/
With charges for the brown bin collection now in force (albeit only around £2 a throw), you may want to think about increasing the amount of composting you do at home. http://www.ryedale.gov.uk/site-navigation/environment-waste/rubbish-recycling/household-garden-waste.html
The York and North Yorkshire Waste Partnership website: http://www.letstalklessrubbish.com/
Read more and become a recycling expert! http://www.recyclenow.com/