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By AVDC - 10th October 2019 5:30pm
Information from AVDC:
This year's garden waste collection service is nearly over, with final 2019 collections taking place in the weeks commencing 18th and 25th November.
If you currently a subscriber to this facility your service will be automatically renewed in January, unless you wish to cancel it.
An invoice for the 2020 service will be sent to current brown bin service users in November, allowing all garden waste customers to renew and pay for their 2020 subscription by January. On receipt of payment, your new 2020 sticker will be sent out.
If you haven't received a garden waste subscription sticker for 2019, or if any of your details (including the bin location) have changed since then, please contact us on 01296 585510 by Friday 25th October. This is to ensure all changes are accounted for before we send out an invoice in November for your garden waste 2020 service.
If you are considering subscribing to the garden waste collection service, you can find relevant information here.
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