Find out about recycling in West Sussex

Collection days for recycling bins

Details of recycling collection days across the county.

Bins are collected by your local district or borough council. 

Find your local council and bin collection dates

Find out more about what you can recycle, and how to prepare it.

Additional information

Adur and Worthing

If you live in the Adur & Worthing district, you will have a grey wheelie bin with a blue lid to help you recycle at home. This is collected by Adur & Worthing Services once every fortnight.

Arun

If you live in the Arun district, you will have a green wheelie bin with a blue lid to help you recycle at home. Your recycling will be collected by Biffa, on behalf of Arun District Council (ADC), once every fortnight.

Chichester

If you live in the Chichester district, you will have a burgundy coloured wheelie bin for your recycling. Your recycling is collected once a fortnight by Chichester District Council (CDC).

Crawley

If you live in the borough of Crawley, you will have a green wheelie bin with a red lid to help you recycle at home. Your recycling is collected by Biffa, on behalf of Crawley Borough Council (CBC), once a fortnight.

Small electrical items can be placed in carrier bags and placed out for collection next to your rubbish bin for recycling. Textiles can be recycled by placing them in standard sized carrier bags and placing them next to your red top recycling bin. 

Horsham

If you live in the Horsham district, you will have a green wheelie bin with a blue lid to help you recycle at home. Your recycling is collected by Horsham District Council (HDC) once a fortnight.

Mid Sussex

If you live in the Mid Sussex district, you will have a grey wheelie bin with a blue lid to help you recycle at home. Your recycling is collected by Serco, on behalf on Mid Sussex District Council (MSDC), once a fortnight.

 
Last updated:
4 September 2020
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