What to put into your recycling bins or boxes, what waste should be kept separate and where to put your box for collection
A to Z guide on how to reduce, reuse, recycle or dispose of 180 items and materials.
If your rubbish, recycling or garden waste bin hasn't been collected, please wait until after 3pm on your collection day to let us know.
Get a new bin or box, replace a lost or damaged one, or ask us for a different size
What you can put in communal or shared recycling bins. These are the large recycling bins on streets or shared bins for blocks of flats.
If you physically can't move your bins or boxes, we may help you take your rubbish or recycling out
Find out about the rubbish and recycling service we offer businesses and trades, and how waste can be disposed of legally.
As a charity, you may be entitled to free collections or access to our Hove Recycling Site. Find out how to apply.
Due to high demand, currently we can't take on new garden waste customers. You can join our waiting list
Find out more about getting a discounted composter or wormery
There are two recycling sites - also called tips - one in Hove, off Old Shoreham Road and one in Brighton, off Wilson Road. They take household waste or recycling, electrical items, garden waste and some DIY waste.
We don't collect or accept fireworks, petrol, diesel, Japanese knotweed or Ragwort at our household waste recycling sites, also known as tips.
Where to take unwanted clothes, shoes and textiles, and how doing so supports the local community.
WEEE banks are recycling points where you can take small electrical items, such as toasters, kettles and hairdryers.
About our pick up service and information on how to dispose of large and electrical household items, sometimes known as bulky waste.
Our community composting schemes give local residents composting points where they can compost fruit and vegetable waste.