If you live in the Lewes district or Eastbourne borough, you can look up your collection day, where you can recycle and what you can recycle.
From week commencing 12th April 2021, Most Eastbourne residents will have their black bin rubbish collected fornightly, instead of weekly. You can download your new calendar using the address search.
Ten years ago, the UK recycled less than 5% of waste from around the home. Today, around 40% of our household waste is recycled in East Sussex, but we could recycle more. Recycling more from around the home helps save money that can be spent on other essential Council services. If every household in East Sussex recycled one more shampoo bottle we would save enough energy to power a typical primary school for 37 days.