News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – The Ministry of Public Works advises that household waste collection will follow a roll-over schedule due to the public holiday in celebration of the Coronation of King Charles III on Monday, May 8th.
On roll-over weeks, waste collection days move over by one day resulting in waste usually collected on Monday being picked up on Tuesday, Tuesday’s waste on Wednesday, and so on, ending with Friday’s waste being collected on Saturday.
The public may also use the Tynes Bay public drop-off, which is open seven days a week from 7am until 7pm or on public holidays from 9am until noon.
The public drop-off is available to dispose of household waste, tin, aluminium, glass bottles (TAG recyclables), hazardous materials such as paints and pesticides, and bulky burnable and non-burnable items. This facility is free and open to drivers of private cars, L and LP vehicles only.
Visit www.gov.bm/garbage-and-recycling to see the 2023 Garbage and Recycling Calendar and a comprehensive list of what goes where.
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