The garden waste collection service operates between April and March, with a break in the service between Christmas and the end of January. To find out your collection day, type your postcode in to My Spelthorne or if you know your collection week/day, download the.
We are unable to accept orders for new bins at the moment, however when the scheme is open again there is an annual charge of £56 for collections between April 2019 - March 2020 and a one off payment of £25 for the garden waste bin (please remember to enter your address on the online form for delivery). From 1 October to December, the subscription charge is reduced to half-price for those who would like to join the service for the remainder of the year. The full annual charge applies prior to the half-price offer. If you don't create much garden waste, you can share a subscription with your neighbour.
What can I put in my garden waste bin?
We are unable to accept orders for garden waste bins at the moment.
Collections are every two weeks (excluding Christmas and January). Your wheelie bin needs to be placed kerbside by 6am on the day of your collection. Only garden waste contained in the wheelie bin will be collected.
It is taken to Trumps Farm in Chertsey where it is broken down into compost. This compost then goes to local farms in the area.
Composting your uncooked food and garden waste at home is a great way to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill and provides you with free soil conditioner. Visit our composting page for more information.