Bulky waste - Bulky waste

The charge for collection is £13 for the first item and £7 for subsequent items. For example: three-piece suite = 3 items bed and a mattress = 2 items four extra bags of refuse = 1 item washing machine = 1 item microwave = 1 item one full 240 litr...

Bulky waste - Bulky Waste

The charge for collection is £13 for the first item and £7 for subsequent items. For example: three-piece suite = 3 items bed and a mattress = 2 items four extra bags of refuse = 1 item washing machine = 1 item microwave = 1 item one full 240 litr...

Bulky waste

Upgraded your sofa? Need to dispose of that broken fridge? Had a garden tidy? Many large items of household waste and electrical items are accepted at our or, for a small fee, we can collect items from your home using our bulky waste collection serv...

Bulky Waste

Upgraded your sofa? Need to dispose of that broken fridge? Had a garden tidy? Many large items of household waste and electrical items are accepted at our or, for a small fee, we can collect items from your home using our bulky waste collection serv...

Electrical waste - Bulky waste

The charge for collection of electrical/white goods is £13 for the first item and £7 for subsequent items. Electric waste collections are usually on Thursdays and need to be put out by 6am. If your item is not collected on Thursday it will be colle...

Electrical waste - Bulky Waste

The charge for collection of electrical/white goods is £13 for the first item and £7 for subsequent items. Electric waste collections are usually on Thursdays and need to be put out by 6am. If your item is not collected on Thursday it will be colle...

Disposing of non-infectious waste - Medical waste

Health care waste which is not infectious should be wrapped in a plastic bag and placed in your green household waste bin. If you have a problem storing this additional waste or wish to arrange a collection, please .  ...

Which waste operations are exempt? - Exempt waste operations

Local authorities are responsible for registering two types of exempt waste operations:  T3 – treatment of waste metals and metal alloys by heating for the purposes of removing grease, oil and non-metallic contaminants T7 – treatment of waste b...

Waste

Check your bin collection dates, book a bulky waste collection or sign up for out garden recycling or medical waste removal services. ...

Paying for your waste disposal - Trade waste

You can pay for your trade waste disposal or recycling: online by Direct Debit - call 01636 650 000 to set this up by debit or credit card by calling 01636 650 000 at the Post Office, Payzone or Paypoint outlets ...

Trade waste service - Trade waste

We provide an efficient disposal service at competitive rates that’s aimed solely at businesses. We offer: bin sizes ranging from 240 to 1,100 litres pre-paid labels for bags – perfect if you have no storage space for bins discount for additiona...

Applying for a waste exemption - Exempt waste operations

If you carry out either of the above activities and meet the specified criteria then you should apply to register for an exemption by filling out an Exempt Waste Operations application form (PDF File, 273kb).  There is no cost to register an exempt ...

Not in Newark and Sherwood

We’re working alongside Nottinghamshire police to catch and punish fly-tipping offenders in the district. We’re also working in partnership with neighbouring councils to target suspects. Find out more about . The Not in Newark and Sherwood campai...

Reducing school waste - Greener schools programme

There are lots of ways your school can look at reducing the amount of waste you throw away.Waste prevention is a better environmental option and usually cheaper than either recycling or waste disposal. Here are some ideas to reduce the amount of wast...

Recycling furniture and appliances - Bulky waste

Reuse is always better if possible, so before you book a collection please consider selling, or gifting your item. There are a number of charities and organisations who might be interested in your second-hand furniture and electrical appliances, if t...

Collection advice - Bulky waste

Please have your item(s) out ready at the front of your property for at least 72 hours before collection (to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission) and by 6am on the day of collection. No refunds will be given if we visit your property and the ite...

Recycling furniture and appliances - Bulky Waste

Reuse is always better if possible, so before you book a collection please consider selling, or gifting your item. There are a number of charities and organisations who might be interested in your second-hand furniture and electrical appliances, if t...

Collection advice - Bulky Waste

Please have your item(s) out ready at the front of your property for at least 72 hours before collection (to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission) and by 6am on the day of collection. No refunds will be given if we visit your property and the ite...

Trade waste payments - Making payments to the Council

You can pay your trade waste invoice online, by Direct Debit, over the phone using a card payment or at a post office, Paypoint or Payzone outlet....

Green bin for general waste

Your green wheeled bin is for non-recyclable domestic waste which cannot be placed in your ....

Reducing food waste - Reduce

Only buy food that is going to get eaten. This may sound obvious but as much as 20% of food bought is thrown away without even being opened. Reducing this also helps you save money. Wasting food has a huge environmental impact too. If we reduced the ...

Trade waste

If you own a business, you’re legally responsible for safely containing and legally disposing of any waste you produce. This applies even if you run your business from home. Your business rates do not include the cost of trade waste disposal and fa...

Medical waste

We provide a medical waste collection service, collecting both infectious health care waste and sharps boxes. You can request a medical waste collection by completing our online form or calling us on 01636 650 000. You’ll need to provide the name ...

How to dispose of your waste - Fly-tipping and abandoned vehicles

If you have any work done on your property, or if you pay someone to take waste away for you, make sure they are registered with the Environment Agency.  You can search registered companies on the Environment Agency website. You can also use our co...

T3 exemptions - Exempt waste operations

To qualify as a T3 exempt waste operation the activity must also meet the following criteria:  total quantity of waste stored at any one time must not exceed 10 tonnes waste must be stored in a secure location with sealed drainage appliance (or agg...

T7 exemptions - Exempt waste operations

To qualify as a T7 exempt waste operation the activity must also meet the following criteria:  total quantity of waste treated over any period of one hour should not exceed 20 tonnes total quantity of waste stored at any one time must not exceed 20...

Trade recycling service - Trade waste

Could you go one step further and recycle some of your waste? Recycling your trade waste helps to: conserve resources save energy protect the environment reduce landfill Our trade recycling service allows you to recycle: paper (including newspaper...

Exempt waste operations

Under the Environmental Permitting Regulations 2010, most activities concerned with managing or treating waste must have a permit.  There are some exceptions, which do not require an environmental permit, but do need to be registered. They are sub...

Request a different sized bin - Green bin for general waste

You can request a smaller or larger bin by completing our bin exchange online form. If you live in a household of six or more you may be entitled to a larger bin, however this is dependent upon you demonstrating willingness to minimise your family wa...

Reducing nappy waste - Reduce

Around eight million nappies need to be disposed of every day in the UK. These nappies sit in a landfill site for an estimated 500 years. Using washable cotton nappies can not only save hundreds of pounds but also space in your bin and landfill sites...

Green bin collections - Green bin for general waste

You should present your bin by 6am to ensure it is emptied and it should be safely accessible from the edge of your property so it does not cause an obstruction. We will not collect any side waste and the lid on the bin must be closed. We provide a s...

Environmental crimes that can receive an FPN and amounts - Fixed penalty notices

Littering Dropping litter anywhere is an offence. Litter is everything from food packaging to cigarette butts and chewing gum. It can also include feeding birds. Public Space Protection Orders within the district can be found on our website. Dog fou...

Missed, lost and damaged bins - Green bin for general waste

If your bin has been missed please complete our missed household bin online form as soon as possible. If you need a replacement bin please complete our missing or lost bin online form. If your bin is damaged, you can report this using our damaged res...

Bins for new properties - Green bin for general waste

If you have recently moved into a new property and require a bin please complete our new property bin request online form. There is a charge for new bins, which covers the purchase and delivery costs associated with establishing the collection. If y...

Assisted collections - Green bin for general waste

Do you struggle to put your bin out for collection? We may be able to help. Complete our assisted collection request online form for an assessment....

Collections - Medical waste

Weekly collections take place on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and are ongoing until you notify us. Occasional collections will mostly be for sharps boxes.  ...

Recycling

Find out what you can recycle, where to get rid of your waste and ideas to reduce the amount of waste you produce....

Fly-tipping and abandoned vehicles

Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of waste. It is your responsibility to know what has happened to your waste. If your waste is dumped illegally, you could be fined up to £50,000 and/or receive a prison sentence. At the Crown Court the fine is an u...

Reduce, reuse, recycle - Reduce, re-use, recycle

Making small changes to our habits around waste and the things we use can make a big difference to our environment, protecting the earth’s precious natural resources....

Commercial services

Information about the commercial services Newark and Sherwood District Council provides including room hire, business units to rent, MOT and vehicle services and removal of trade waste....

What can you take to the recycling centres? - Recycling centres

Taking your separated recyclables to the sites will reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. You can search for and find answers to on the county website....

Recycling centres

Nottinghamshire County Council runs 12 household waste recycling centres, two of which you’ll find in Newark and Sherwood; one in Newark at Brunel Drive (NG24 2EG) and one in Bilsthorpe (NG22 8UA)....

School recycling - Recycle

There are lots of ways schools can reduce the amount of waste they produce and throw away every day. Find out more about our and how your school can get involved on our website....

Applying for a scrap metal dealer licence - Scrap metal

You can apply for your scrap metal dealer licence online, or by completing the scrap metal dealer application form (PDF File, 419kb) and returning it to us, along with the correct fee. You’ll need to submit a basic criminal record disclosure form...

Supplementary planning documents and guidance

Supplementary planning documents (SPDs) provide further detail on policies within the district’s development plan.‌ The following SPDs and guidance are available on our website to view: Guidance for new developments - Waste storage and Co...

Who do the EIR regulations apply to? - Environmental Information Regulations

The regulations apply to: councils, including Newark and Sherwood District Council the range of public bodies covered by FOI public utilities certain public private partnerships private companies with obvious environmental functions such as those in...

Christmas food safety - Food safety and hygiene

From defrosting the turkey to using up leftovers safely, thinking hygienically will help keep your Christmas safe and minimise food waste over the festive period. Find tips on having a safe Christmas in the kitchen on the Food Standards Agency (FSA) ...

Reduce

Reducing the amount we consume in our lives helps the environment and can save us money. Amending our purchasing habits, looking at plastic and food waste, how we travel and how we use energy are important ways of reducing our impact on the environme...

Cleaning up after your dog - Dog Fouling

You can buy poop-scoops to pick up your dog's mess, or a carrier bag will do just as well. Special bins are provided in many parks and road verges for disposing of mess. Otherwise, use a litter bin or your wheelie bin at home; first making sure that ...

Duke of Edinburgh Volunteering - Community litter picks

If you’re a parent or manager of a local Duke of Edinburgh team and would like to consider litter picking for your group please . Our waste management team will act as the assessor for your group and can supply high vis jackets, black bags and pick...