Food waste collections to resume in Dundee15/09/20
Food waste collections are to resume in Dundee from Monday 21st September, it has been announced.
Collection were previously suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak to allow waste collections to be re-prioritised to deal with the impact the virus had on the services.
Neighbourhood Services Committee Convener, Councillor Anne Rendall, said: “I am very pleased that we can now bring back this service in a safe way.
“I know that residents have been very patient and understanding throughout the period that the food waste collection service has been suspended, and for this I want to thank them.
“It’s important that we resume a level of normality and return to using the service where we can and get back to boosting our recycling rates across the city, following this difficult period.”
Residents can be reminded of what materials are suitable to be placed in their food waste as well as the other bins on the Dundee City Council website.
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