Get help - book a waste advice visit

Even when a household is recycling everything they can, some households will find that they struggle to fit all of their non-recyclable rubbish in the standard size grey bin or 2 refuse sacks. If you're struggling to reduce your rubbish or confused about what can be recycled we can help you.

We can offer you an informal waste advice visit at a time to suit you. We don't check through your rubbish - we just aim to give you helpful advice to help you reduce your waste and recycle more. 

To book a waste advice visit please use the online form or phone us on 01926 456128

Do you have a large household?

Households with 6 or more permanent residents, struggling to fit all of their non recyclable rubbish into the grey bin, may be entitled to a larger or additional grey bin. A waste advice visit is required before approval is given.

To book a waste advice visit please use the online form or phone us on 01926 456128

Using disposable nappies?

Households with children using disposable nappies may be entitled to a larger or additional grey bin for a limited time period. This only applies to households with 4 or more permanent residents (including the child/children in nappies). A waste advice visit is required before approval is given.

To book a waste advice visit please use the online form or phone us on 01926 456128. 

Cotton nappy alternatives

Switching to cotton nappies prevents over 4,000 nappies per child going to landfill and could be over £500 cheaper than using disposable nappies. Warwickshire County Council is offering a FREE 2 week trial kit to residents of Warwickshire and 10% off any follow up purchase of real nappies. Email cottonon@warwickshire.gov.uk or phone 01926 412593 for further details.

Medical conditions

Residents with certain medical conditions producing extra waste not specifically classed as clinical waste may be entitled to a larger or additional grey bin. A waste advice visit is required in these circumstances. Simply contact us at contract.services@warwickdc.gov.uk or phone 01926 456128 to make arrangements.