Easter changes for bin collection

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Although all residents have received information on arrangements for the collection of waste and recycling over the Easter holidays, Borough Council is issuing a reminder of the changes to collection dates over this period.

As part of the improved waste collection service, no household will miss a collection because of the Bank Holidays.

There will be no collection on Good Friday 25 March and Easter Monday 28 March 2016.

Usual day of collection Revised day of collection
21 Mar 16 19 Mar 16
22 Mar 16 21 Mar 16
23 Mar 16 22 Mar 16
24 Mar 16 23 Mar 16
25 Mar 16 24 Mar 16
28 Mar 16 29 Mar 16
29 Mar 16 30 Mar 16
30 Mar 16 31 Mar 16
31 Mar 16 1 Apr 16
1 Apr 16 2 Apr 16


For some customers, collections will be in advance of the normal schedule.

Normal collections will start again on Monday 4 April 2016.

Residents can check their waste and recycling collection dates by looking at the sticker which is stuck to their bin or by visiting http://maps.harrogate.gov.uk/myproperty/index.asp?postcode=

The council has an email and text messaging update service for residents, which notifies them directly of collection changes and other service issues.  Any resident who wants to be added to this updating service can email customerservices@harrogate.gov.uk

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