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Recycle your cartons and win a year's garden waste service!

Find out about what's been happening with the Dorset Waste Partnership and its Recycle for Dorset service
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Recycle your beverage cartons for a chance to win a year’s garden waste service!

To promote our carton recycling service, the Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) is giving away prizes of a whole year’s garden waste collection service to three lucky people, simply for recycling used cartons.

To take part, all you need to do is write your name and e-mail address/phone number on a carton, take it to one of 20 different locations around the county and pop it into a carton bank. One carton will be selected at random each month until the end of June and each winner will receive a whole year’s garden waste collection service from the DWP.

Closing date for entries is Friday 30 June. Further details of the competition, including a list of carton banks and terms and conditions, can be found at
Myth - Fly-tipping is rising due to household recycling centre (HRC) charges
Truth - Fly-tipping has been on the rise nationally for a while now, but there is no evidence to suggest that HRC charges have made things worse. The majority of fly-tips contain material that is not charged for at HRCs.
Dorset household recycling centres now on summer opening hours

Dorset residents are able to visit their local household recycling centre (HRC) daily from 9am until 6pm. Entry is still free of charge, with the vast majority of items still free to drop-off.

This includes (but is not limited to) furniture (including sofas, mattresses etc.), large and small electrical items, garden waste and wood.

There are a few materials that incur a charge at the HRCs, but this is easily payable on site by all popular payment methods. The charges go directly toward the expensive costs of processing these items.

Vans need a permit, but this is a free, simple and easy process. Commercial waste is not accepted at the HRCs, with the exception of Swanage, Sherborne and Blandford, which accept commercial waste with restrictions.

So if you have items that cannot be reused or recycled at the kerbside, we encourage all Dorset residents to make use of these free facilities.
Handing your waste to someone else? It might still be your problem...

Recent research shows that almost 50% of people are unaware that they could be fined or prosecuted if they handed over their waste to someone who subsequently fly-tipped it.

If you are getting someone else to dispose of your waste, we strongly advise that you do the following before handing anything over...
  • Check the individual/company is registered with the Environment Agency. This is a free, quick and simple process - you just need their business name or their waste carrier registration number.
  • Ask the individual/company to produce proof of their Waste Carrier Certificate (you can find an example here)
  • Ask them to complete a ‘waste transfer notice’ that gives you a written and signed record of what waste is being removed, who is removing it and when it was removed.
Be wary of "man with a van" services found on Facebook and Twitter. Any reputable company or individual will be happy to prove they are registered. If not, keep yourself safe and do not use their services.
Myth - Dog waste can't go in litter bins.
Truth - Bagged dog waste can go in any council litter bin, unless clearly stated otherwise on the outside of the bin.
Friendly reminder - taking in your empty bins

Residents often complain to us about neighbours who leave their bins at the kerbside for too long after they've been emptied. Our service policy is simple; It is the householder's responsibility to bring their bins in (return the containers to within the boundary of their property) as soon as possible after they have been emptied and no later than the evening of the day of collection.

If this isn't possible, we kindly recommend asking a neighbour to help in your absence or waiting to put your bins out until you know you'll be around to bring them in.
Easter bin collections and recycling

Please note that collections will not be affected by the Easter bank holidays. We will be emptying bins as usual on both Good Friday (14 April) and Easter Monday (17 April).

You can find out your collection days and download and print new collection calendars by visiting our Bin Collection page on Dorset For You.

And when the chocolate eggs have been eaten, remember that all those cardboard boxes and plastic cases can go in your recycle bin.

Aluminium foil (the type the eggs are wrapped in and scrunches up if you squeeze it in your hand) can be recycled at some mini recycling centres.
Report a missed bin
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