Total waste per person
Residual waste per person
Monmouthshire County Council provides residents with a weekly two stream recycling service.
A red recycling bag is provided for paper and cardboard while a purple recycling bag is provided for tins and cans, plastic bottles and pots, tubs and trays, cartons, aluminium foil and aerosols.
A glass recycling box is provided for fortnightly collections of glass bottles and jars.
A weekly food waste collection is provided, with a blue food waste bin for the kerbside and a grey kitchen caddy. The council provides free bags to put the food waste in and more can be obtained from the Community Hubs and Libraries.
A seasonal, weekly garden waste collection service is available at an annual cost of £18 per bag, with waste going into a reusable brown bag.
A bulky household waste collection is available with large items such as furniture, beds, household appliances and large WEEE collected by Homemakers Community Recycling on behalf of the council. Homemakers charge £15 for three items to be collected.
Households can put out two bags of residual waste per fortnight. Residents who have extra nappy and hygiene waste can have yellow bags for this waste stream, which are collected fortnightly with the residual waste.
The council operates four household waste recycling centres.
tonnes of waste was recycled
saved by recycling instead of disposal
Climate change impact
tonnes of CO2 emissions was avoided
Top 5 UK recycling destinations
|1||Green Waste Company (Abergavenny) Limited, Abergavenny, Wales||
|2||DS Smith, Sittingbourne, England||
|3||Severn Trent Green Power, Cynffig, Wales||
|4||Smurfit Kappa, Snodland, England||
|5||Reuse Collections Ltd, North Elmsall, England||
|Green Waste Company (Abergavenny) Limited, Abergavenny, Wales|
|Severn Trent Green Power, Cynffig, Wales|
|Agrivert Ltd, Wallingford, England|
|Oxford Renewable Energy Limited (OREL), Eynsham, England|
|Bristol and Avon Waste Management Ltd, Bristol, England|