Denbighshire County Council operates three dry recycling schemes for residents: a weekly co-mingled collection, a fortnightly co-mingled collection and a co-mingled collection for flats.
Mixed dry recycling, including cartons, plastics, glass bottles and jars, metal tins and cans, paper and cardboard, is collected from blue wheelie bins, which come in different sizes.
Houses that aren't suitable for wheelie bins or rural properties can recycle tins, cans, glass bottles, cardboard and paper with a white recycling sack scheme.
Food waste collections from orange 23-litre kerbside caddies take place weekly.
Garden waste is collected fortnightly from 140-litre green wheelie bins or three dumpy sacks (this can be increased to two wheelie bins and six dumpy sacks at an additional cost), with a cost of between £24 and £36 for a renewable 12-month service when residents subscribe online.
The council also runs a bulky household waste items collection, collecting furniture and small and large WEEE at a cost of £3 per item, with a maximum of six items and an admin fee of £8.
Residual waste collections take place on alternate weeks with waste presented in either 180-litre or 140-litre wheeled grey bins and pink sacks.
There are five recycling and waste parks across the county at Corwen, Denbigh, Llangollen, Rhyl and Ruthin.