Garden Waste Collections to restart

Following the Winter suspension and Industrial Action by Unite the Union over Pay, Terms and Conditions for refuse workers, Cardiff Council have now announced that Garden Waste Collections will re-start across Cardiff from Tuesday 2 April 2024.

Radyr & Morganstown will see a fortnightly collection cycle of green, Garden Waste, bins from Tuesday 2 April 2024. This will be the alternate weeks to those for collection of black bins containing general waste and the blue glass bin. Recycling in either the new blue/red separated sacks or the green mixed waste bags continues on a weekly cycle and we hope this becomes more reliably on the published days now that the Industrial Action period has come to an end.

From the Council’s A-Z of Recycling on Garden Waste.

You can put small branches and twigs, leaves, grass cuttings and flowers in your garden waste.

Garden waste is collected in either re-usable garden waste sacks or green wheelie bins. You may need to register for garden waste collections if you do not have a bin or sack at your property.

Please do not place items such as bark, wood chippings, soil or rubble in your garden waste.

If you have moved into a property that does not have a green wheelie bin, or if you need to replace a lost or stolen bin, please contact C2C on 029 2087 2087.