Refuse & Recycling
Household Waste - Domestic Bins
Chichester District Council now operate an alternate weekly waste and recycling collection service and have provided all households with two wheeled bins. One week the general waste is collected and the following week the recycling is collected. The collection day in Wisborough Green is Tuesday (except over the Christmas and New Year period) although different parts of the village have different bins emptied. Do watch your neighbours!!
Burgundy Wheeled Bin - Recycling bin. All your recyclable materials should be placed loose in the bin (please rinse out plastic bottles and cans beforehand) and do not put carrier bags in this bin. If possible, do squash the materials to reduce the volume. List of items to be placed in this bin. From January 2011 glass can also be placed in the bin.
Black Wheeled Bin - For the leftover rubbish that cannot be recycled or composted. It is not for garden waste, rubble, bulky items, corrosive materials/liquids or hot ashes. Please do not overfill your waste bin; the lid should be closed at all times.
waste that cannot fit inside the black wheeled bin will be collected if it is
contained in a special clear Council marked biodegradable 'excess waste sack'.
Waste contained in other bags or sacks around the bin will not be collected.
These Council sacks are available for purchase from Council offices and a number
of local retailers, and should be placed next to your black wheeled bin on general
waste collection day.
Information on other recycling schemes and initiatives to prevent landfill and reduce waste, including a Greenwaste (Garden Waste) collection service can be found here ...
The collection point is at your property boundary at the nearest point to the public highway. To ensure you do not miss your collection, please place the appropriate wheeled bin at the collection point by 7.00am.
Where properties are unsuitable for wheeled bins alternative arrangements can be made by agreement with the Council. Likewise, assistance maybe available if you have physical problems that prevent you from taking your bin to your property boundary. If this is the case, please contact Chichester District Council on 01243 534619.
Monthly Mobile Household Waste Collection Service
As from October 2016, this service has been withdrawn by WSCC.
Clothes recycling only. There is no longer a glass recycling facility.
West Sussex County Council operate a large household recycling centre. Multiple skips allow you to dispose of domestic appliances (large and small), old batteries, paint and oil, textiles, and shoes as well as garden and household waste. No trade and commercial waste accepted. Please note that from October 2016, the opening times will be reduced.
For general enquiries telephone 0845 1300 393.
From 1st October 2016 certain charges will be applied. Refer here for guidance.
|Opening Times||1 April to 30 Sept||1 Oct to 31 March|
|Monday to Friday||8.00 am to 7.00 pm||8.00 am to 5.00 pm|
|Saturday & Sunday||9.00 am to 7.00 pm||9.00 am to 5.00 pm|
|Bank Holidays||9.00 am to 7.00 pm||9.00 am to 5.00 pm|
From October 2016
to 30 Sept
|1 Oct to
|Monday to Wednesday||10.00 am to 7.00 pm||8.00 am to 5.00 pm|
|Thursday and Friday||Closed||Closed|
|Saturday & Sunday||10.00 am to 7.00 pm||10.00 am to 5.00 pm|
|Bank Holidays||10.00 am to 7.00 pm||8.00 am to 5.00 pm|
Over the years Chichester District Council has launched a number of initiatives to encourage us all to recycle and save the amount of waste that is going to landfill. Find out more about recycling, food composters/digesters, or the Real Nappy Initiative.
Even with a large
recycling centre on our doorstep, Fly Tipping is sadly still a problem in this
details of any incidents.