We are introducing a new bag for cardboard to make sorting and collections easier for residents and crews.
More than a hundred passionate volunteers gathered on 29th October in celebration of their tireless efforts to keep Bristol clean and green.
Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, joined Bristol Waste crews to launch the Big Tidy, part of the Clean Streets campaign to make our city cleaner and greener.
Exciting work to improve Avonmouth Household Waste & Recycling Centre will begin on Monday 2 September 2019
Our plans for a new Household Reuse and Recycling Centre on Hartcliffe Way have been submitted to Bristol City Council.
You can get rid of large household items at your nearest recycling centre
Bristol Waste's reuse team works hard to show residents that choosing to reuse is more sustainable and practical compared to buying new, for the environment and your pocket book!
Footage from our 360-degree cameras show a worrying issue faced by our crews.
What can you recycle, what can you throw away, what goes in which box and where are the recycling centres?
When do I have to put the bins out?... just check here for your waste and recycling service collections calendar
Bristol is a leading city for recycling according to data released from the Department of Environment and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
Let us run you through the basics of Bristol's waste and recycling scheme
A hub of information on waste and recycling for you and your tenants