Wheelie Bin Enquiry
|Children from TNT News have worked with Birmingham City Council to produce an information video on the roll-out of wheelie bins to households in the Hall Green, Hodge Hill and Yardley districts later this year.
The video contains information on how you will be told if you are going to be getting bins or not, what to do when they arrive, and how to use them. You can view the video by visiting the link below.
Important Notice: If you access our services using the web, please check that you have updated your personal details. If you have changed address you must make sure that you up-date your “one account”, log out so that the change is accepted and log back in before you request any services.You must report that your wheelie bin / box / pod / green recycling sacks are missing or damaged here.
If you want to purchase the green recycling chargeable collection service, further information about the service or to purchase an additional green recycling collection service go to our web page atwww.birmingham.gov.uk/greenrecycling. Please do not use the blue button on this page to request an additional green recycling collection service.
We are delivering household rubbish and mixed material recycling wheelie bins across the city on a phased basis. Please refer to essential information below to find out when we will be delivering wheelie bins to your area.
We will be delivering wheelie bins to Acocks Green, Bordesley Green, Hall Green, Hodge Hill, Moseley and Kings Heath, Shard End, Sheldon, Stechford and Yardley North, South Yardley, Sparkbrook, Springfield and Washwood Heath wards from the 29 September 2014.
Please refer to the enquiry types listed in essential information before using the above blue button to access the form and only use the form if you live in the areas listed and within the dates stated.
Please Note: Not all households will receive a wheelie bin for the recycling and household rubbish collection service.
We have assessed all households across the city and some are not suitable for wheelie bins. These households will remain on a sack and box collection service.