Cardiff Council urged residents to participate in Garden Waste Collection Initiative


Cardiff Council recently started an initiative to collect garden waste to protect the environment. On the official Facebook page of Cardiff Council, the organization added that Garden waste collections will be collected monthly until November 25th before the service is suspended during December, January and February.

The week will be commencing November 21st:



• Fairwater

• Grangetown

• Riverside

• Adamsdown

• Splott


• Pontprennau

• Pentwyn.

Citizens can find out more on the official website of Cardiff Council.

Throughout the winter, residents can continue bringing their garden waste to either the Lamby Way or Bessemer Close recycling centre by booking an appointment online through the official website of Cardiff council.

Cardiff Council invited people to support the 

an initiative by the government organization; The organization encouraged people to take part in the initiative of collecting waste monthly until November 25th.

As per the information shared by the official Facebook page of Cardiff Council, the initiative taken forward by the organization will be suspended in the month of December, January and February.

Here are some critical features suggested by the app:

  • Check the recycling and waste collection dates and set up reminders
  • Check the Council Tax account
  • Sign up for Council Tax e-bills and notifications
  • Report a street cleansing problem such as littering or dog fouling
  • Report fly-tipping straight from the scene
  • Report a problem on the road or pavement

Cardiff Gov App will be helpful for the residents and visitors. The app will automatically be routed to the right team and resolved them in the least amount of time.

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