Household waste news
Residents asked to recycle batteries responsiblyPublished on Monday, 23rd January 2023
Recycling bosses at Rugby Borough Council are asking residents to dispose of batteries properly.
Waste collections suspended 8 FebruaryPublished on Monday, 8th February 2021
Having started waste collections this morning (Monday 8 February) Rugby Borough Council has suspended all collection services after road and pavement conditions worsened.
Waste collections 27 JanuaryPublished on Wednesday, 27th January 2021
Rugby Borough Council has confirmed that black rubbish, blue-lid recycling, bulky waste and trade waste collections have resumed today (Wednesday 27 January).
Next steps for kerbside waste collection changes announcedPublished on Thursday, 21st March 2019
Plans to reduce the environmental impact of waste collection rounds will take another step towards implementation when Rugby Borough Council will write to all households affected by the proposals.
Animation shows Rugbeians what waste to put in which binPublished on Tuesday, 19th March 2019
An animated film showing a typical Rugbeian’s bins discussing what rubbish they like to eat – and which of them is plastic bag intolerant – has been launched.
Garden waste collection service launches 3 AprilPublished on Friday, 31st March 2017
A new garden waste collection service begins in Rugby next week.
Go ahead for garden waste collection servicePublished on Wednesday, 8th February 2017
An opt-in garden waste collection service costing £40 per year will launch in April, after approval was given at a meeting of Rugby Borough Council held on 7 February.
Councillors to consider charge for garden waste collection servicePublished on Tuesday, 31st January 2017
COUNCILLORS are to decide on a proposal to introduce a paid-for garden waste collection service at a special meeting of Rugby Borough Council to be held next week.