Recycling, Rubbish and Waste

Amber Valley Borough Council is a Waste Collection Authority which means that they are responsible for collecting the household waste generated by the residents of Amber Valley. The disposal of this household waste is the responsibility of Derbyshire County Council who are the Waste Disposal Authority.

In this section of the website you will find useful information about your household waste collection and the recycling sites / household waste and recycling centre in Amber Valley.

Also included is information about what you should do if we have missed a refuse / recycling collection as well as the end destination of the recyclable materials we collect from your house. Details about the collection service offered by the Council for large items of household waste such as settees, fridges and televisions etc. is within this section of the website.

To find out when your next household waste and recycling collection is due, please enter your address details into the My Property section of the website.


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