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Householders in Gravesham will get a new and easy way to increase recycling as part of a major reorganisation of refuse and recycling collections in the borough next summer. The proposals will be discussed by the council’s Cabinet on 7 October.

Under the preferred scheme food waste will be collected weekly in separate new food caddies along with residual waste in black sacks every week. Once a fortnight recycling will be collected in wheeled bins. This has been proved to increase recycling and reduce residual waste as well as limiting the mess caused by food waste. Read more

Refuse and recycling collections will take place on Good Friday, 6 April and bank holiday Monday, 9 April, which means residents will be able to put waste out as usual if their collection day is usually on a Friday or Monday. Refuse and recycling collections in Medway are not be affected by bank holidays, apart from during the Christmas and New Year break. If your collection is a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, it will be collected just like any non-bank holiday week. For more information contact Customer First by phoning 01634 333333 or emailing

Refuse and recycling collections will be taking place on this weekend’s bank holidays. Full Story


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