Gwynedd County Council provides residents with a weekly multi-stream kerbside recycling collection service.
Residents who have been provided with Cartgylchu, stacked boxes, must sort recycling into three boxes: paper in the top, plastic and cans in the middle, and glass in the bottom box.
Residents without Cartgylchu must place their dry recycling into the traditional blue recycling box.
Flats are provided with the same recycling collection, except dry recycling is placed in a communal wheeled bin.
A weekly food waste collection is provided, with food waste placed in brown 23-litre food waste bins. The council provides food waste bags, with more available on request.
The council also operates a fortnightly garden waste service from brown bins for an annual fee of £35, with additional brown bins available for an extra £30 a year.
A bulky household waste collection service is available for furniture, small and large WEEE and carpet for a fee of £27 for up to five items.
Residual waste is collected every three weeks from either green wheelie bins or a maximum of three black sacks.
There are eight recycling centres across the county at Caernarfon, Y Bala, Bangor, Blaenau, Dolgellau, Harlech, Pwllheli and Rhwngddwyryd.