Waste and recycling

Rubbish and recycling collections

To find out about bin and recycling collections for your street, visit the Salford Council website.

You can also find out what waste you should recycle and which bin to use.

If there are any other arrangements for your building or block, you will have received information about waste management when you moved in.

Dealing with mould and condensation

Of course, large items you no longer need such as furniture or kitchen appliances can’t be left out with your normal waste.

You should contact Salford Council to arrange for bulky items to be collected from your home. There is a charge for this service.

If you have your own transport, you can take most items to your local recycling centre yourself.

Before you throw items like this away, see if you could give them to someone who needs them, or if they can be donated to a charity.

You could also try listing items on Freegle or Gumtree to give away items for free.

Local charities including CT HomeMustard Tree and Emmaus Salford may also collect re-usable bulky furniture items for free.

The dumping of rubbish and waste is illegal, as well as irresponsible.

You can report to Salford Council any issues in your area around fly-tipping, litter bins or dog fouling.

You can report fly-tipping and other estate management issues, such as graffiti, through MySalix.

Want to do your bit?

Keep our city tidy as a Salford Litter Hero!

Salford Litter Heroes are volunteers who pick and collect litter from around our parks and neighbourhoods. If you sign up, you’ll receive advice and a clean-up kit to help.

Find out more and how you can take part at www.salfordlitterheroes.com.

Report a problem to us

You can let us know about any problems, rubbish or graffiti through MySalix.

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