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Bin collection, glass collection and kerbside recycling

​​Rubbish collections

Your household rubbish is collected every week by the parish you live in. The day it is collected will depend on the road you live on.

St Heli​​​er

​If you live in St Helier, you'll need to check when your rubbish will be collected by contacting the Municipal Services Depot on +44 (0) 1534 811708 or by email.

Email Municipal Services Depot

St Helier refuse and recycling on the Your Parish online website

Other parishes​

If you live outside St Helier, ​find your rubbish collection day on the My Parish Online website by using the links below.

St Brelade rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

St Clement rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

Grouville rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

St John rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

St Lawrence rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

St Martin rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

St Mary rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

St Ouen rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

St Peter rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

St Saviour rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

Trinity rubbish collection day on My Parish Online website

Items we won't col​​​lect

You can't leave large or hazardous items out for collection with your household rubbish. This includes:

  • furniture
  • mattresses
  • white goods
  • TVs and electrical goods
  • solvent-based paints and chemicals

You should take these items to the household recycling centre at La Collette.

Don't throw glass away with household rubbish.

Kerbside recycling schemes

If you live in St. Brelade, St John, St Lawrence, St Mary or Trinity, you'll receive a monthly kerbside recycling collection for items such as paper, cardboard (St Brelade, St Lawrence and St Mary), metal packaging and plastic bottles.

If you live in St Helier, you may get a fortnightly kerbside recycling collection for paper, cardboard, cans and plastic bottles. 

The collection day for kerbside recycling will depend on which parish you live in. You should contact your parish hall for more information.

If you live in a parish that doesn't have a kerbside recycling collection, contact your parish hall and let us know that you're interested in recycling.

My Parish Online website

Parish household recycling facilities

Glass collections

​Your parish also provides a glass collection service or glass recycling facilities. It's important that you separate your glass from your other rubbish.

All parishes (except St Helier) have a glass collection. It may be a monthly or weekly collection, depending on where you live. Check the parishes website to find out when your glass will be collected.

If you live in St Helier, you should take your glass to any of the glass recycling banks located across the parish.

You can also take glass to the household recycling centre at La Collette.

St Helier recycling facilities

La Collette household reuse and recycling centre

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