‘Kerbie’ Christmas collections

After the gifts are unwrapped and the food is eaten, the festive season often leaves us with a lot of extra rubbish. Remember that many of these items can be recycled in your kerbside boxes, as shown by kerbside driver George Robb.
After the gifts are unwrapped and the food is eaten, the festive season often leaves us with a lot of extra rubbish. Remember that many of these items can be recycled in your kerbside boxes, as shown by kerbside driver George Robb.

Local residents are being advised that there will be no ‘kerbie’ collections on December 25 and January 1.

There will be no Bryson box collection service on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day with an alternative collection taking place on Saturday, January 2.

Collections will take place as normal on all other days.

Overflow bags can be used if either box is full. Please put only one type of material in each bag, and no glass.

The festive season often leaves us with a lot of extra rubbish and many of these items can be recycled in your kerbside boxes, including drinks bottles, chocolate boxes, mince pie cases and Christmas cards.

Bryson are unable to accept wrapping paper or cards that contain glitter or non-paper parts for recycling.

Plastic packaging from toys cannot be recycled either.

Find out about how to recycle more at home by visiting www.brysonrecycling.org