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East Hampshire - Easter bank holiday bin collections

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  • Published: 30th March 2021
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News release EHDC

Easter bank holiday bin collections

Collections will take place on Good Friday, but not Easter Monday across the district of East Hampshire.

Rubbish, recycling, glass and garden waste collections will continue as normal on Friday 2 April (Good Friday).

All collections due on Monday 5 April (Easter Monday) will not take place until Tuesday 6 April, with collections taking place one day later than normal throughout the week, including Saturday 10 April.

Normal collection day Revised collection date 
Monday 5 April   Tuesday 6 April  
Tuesday 6 April   Wednesday 7 April 
Wednesday 7 April  Thursday 8 April 
Thursday 8 April   Friday 9 April
Friday 9 April Saturday 10 April


Collections will return to their usual days from Monday 12 April 2021.

Householders are reminded to have their bins out ready for collection by 7am on their collection day for crews to collect.


Here's our tips for Easter recycling:


Easter eggs

After you have enjoyed your chocolate please put the aluminium foil and wrappers, with any plastic packaging into your rubbish bin.

The good news is that, like any other piece of cardboard, the outer packaging is 100% recyclable and can go in your recycling bin. Collapsing the boxes first helps leave room in your bin for more recycling.

Hot cross bun bags

There’s one question to ask when it comes to recycling plastic – ‘is it the shape of a bottle?’ The golden rule is, if it is, it goes in your recycling bin.

That means plastic bags are a no-no, as are other soft plastics like bread bags and hot cross bun bags.

To check that you are recycling right visit our website

For up-to-date information on bin collections and other council services during coronavirus please visit our website.

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