Green Bin Application Date Soon

Home » Latest News » Green Bin Application Date Soon
Green bin

Subscribe to SSDC's Garden Waste service with ease
Do you love gardening but dislike the time, mess and cost of putting garden waste in your car and driving to the recycling site?

You get a roomy wheeled bin that is easy to fill as you walk it around your garden, saving time and energy going back and forth. And the bin holds your garden waste neatly in a corner; no more messy piles of rubbish blowing in the wind.

Of course if you can and have the space, you should compost it yourself where possible.

Wheel your bin outside for the fortnightly collection and sit back and smell the roses instead of using fuel and time going to the recycling centre. SSDC will collect flowers, plants, grass cuttings, leaves, hedge trimmings, almost all weeds, and even branches up to four inches across, and compost them in Somerset.

Subscriptions start from 1st April each year. You can join the service during the year, but the full fee will apply. Refunds cannot be issued for cancelling the service during the subscription period.

From 1st April 2017 there are two options available:

A 12 month subscription is £53.50. This service remains good value and offers a quick and easy way for your garden waste to be collected and composted.
A 24 month subscription is £100. 24 month subscribers maybe be protected from any possible price increase in the second year of their subscription.
To join the Garden Waste Collection service or visit SSDC Garden Waste or call 01935 462462.

Alternatively, customers can apply to use compostable garden sacks, which currently cost £26 (£26.50 after 1 April 2017) for 10 sacks. These sacks can be left out for collection each fortnight on the collection day for garden waste for the property.

More news from Curry Rivel

news, article, story, newspaper
TG: Sun 05 Apr

Unfortunately amongst all the goodwill and help being offered by the good folk of Curry Rivel there are some bad folk who believe it is their right to steal from others.The latest example involve some nice plant pots stolen last night from outside a property in the High Street.This is a reminder to everyone to be vigilant not only for 'Red Cards in Windows' but for people up to no...

giving_back_to_the_community
TG: Sat 04 Apr 12:23pm

Dear all. I hope to give you an update each week on the work of the Curry Rivel Community Support Group whilst these challenging times remain.It is hard to believe that it is only one week ago that we completed at very short notice our aim of delivering our help information leaflet and red and green cards to everyone in our Parish. As i go round the village for my exercise or to help as a...

lockeddown2
TG: Thu 02 Apr 9:28am

In these difficult times there are many original and creative ways that people are occupying and making the most of their time. Many suggestions are already on line but we wondered what the good folk of Curry Rivel are doing.So here's the thing — why not share your ideas with others using the Curry Rivel facebook page or email them with any video links you have to edit...