Weekly refuse collections are on FRIDAYS for most of the estate.
To report a missed collection or make a complaint, telephone Southwark Council on 020 7525 2000 or e-mail email@example.com
For full details of Southwark Council's recycling services, see here.
This applies to most of the estate. Collection day is WEDNESDAY. So please put your bag out BEFORE 6 am on Wednesday, ie probably TUESDAY EVENING - after 7 pm if possible. If you miss the collection, please take your bag back into the house, so that our pavements and doorsteps remain tidy.
What can go in the bag? Cans, tins, foils, aerosols; plastic bottles, food trays and tubs, and tetrapaks; glass bottles and jars; newspapers, magazines, junk mail and cardboard. For more details, see the list printed on the clear bags.
Delivered to Trinity Street (opposite Globe Street) on the first weekend of every month. Provided free by Southwark Council at TNRA's request. Use for items too large for the ordinary refuse collection. Click here for more information on the Community Skip and see the home page for the next date.
The mobile recycling centre will accept items such as textiles, small electrical appliances, batteries, discs, cardboard, small wooden items and much more.From November 2012 the centre will visit local schools, estates and supermarkets. See the council website for dates and locations.
Southwark's new facility opened in January 2012. It is at:
43 Devon Street, SE15 1AL, off Old Kent Road
Free for Southwark residents (take two forms of ID if you are using a van)
Opening times: every day 8am to 8pm, 1 April to 30 September; 8am to 6pm, 1 October to 31 March
For full details of what can be recycled here, see the council website recycling pages.