During the current period of industrial action (from Monday 4 September until Sunday 17 September), we cannot be certain about our resources until the start of each day. Therefore we are having to make daily decisions about services and do the best with what we have available.
However, as we are now into our second week of ‘strike action’, we would like to update you. We will continue to prioritise collecting your residual waste (i.e. your black or blue bin), and so please place your waste out for collection on your usual collection day. However if collections are not collected by 3.30pm then please return to your property for storage until your next scheduled collection date. Please do not report as missed collection, as we are unable to return for any missed collections.
Unfortunately, we will not be in a position to collect your recycling this week, therefore we ask you to continue to collect this separately, to be presented at kerbside when we are back to normal operations.
Clinical Waste will be collected this week, however if there is a delay please leave at normal collection point as collections will take place.
All three Household Recycling Centres (HRC) are open as normal and not impacted by the strike. All general (non-recyclable) and a wide range of recycling including garden waste, food, cans, plastics and bulky waste can be accepted. Please remember to show proof of Wrexham address.
Unfortunately, as we continue to have very limited resources to run services, Garden Waste collections and Commercial waste will not be collected.
Bulky waste collections have also been impacted, and cannot be booked during this strike period.
It is likely for other services to be affected during the week, including the emptying of street litter bins.
These actions will help us maintain the core waste collection service during the strike action.
We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience. Please share this information with your family, friends, and neighbours.