Pembrokeshire County Council operates a weekly multi-stream kerbside recycling scheme. Residents receive a blue box for paper recycling, a reusable blug bag for card and cardboard, a reusable red bag for metal packaging, a reusable reg bag for plastic packaging and cartons and a green box for glass packaging.
Food waste is collected weekly with the council providing a large green food waste bin for the kerbside, a silver food waste caddy for the kitchen, and an annual supply of compostable bags to line the caddy.
Residual waste is collected once every three weeks. Each household is provided with 52 grey bags for the year and can put out a maximum of three grey bags for each kerbside collection, which is sent to an Energy from Waste facility in South Wales.
The council also offers a fortnightly garden waste collection service from the start of March until the end of November. Residents have to subscribe to the service, with subscriptions opening at the start of February each year. annual subscriptions cost £48 normally, with a £5 discount for online subscribers.
A bulky household waste collection service is provided by submitting a request at the Council website at a cost of £20 for 10 items or less.
There are six household waste recycling centres across the county at Haverfordwest, Fishguard, St Davids, Crane Cross, Waterloo and Hermon.