Paying for your extra green bin
Every household in South Cambridgeshire is entitled to one green bin for food and garden waste, which we collect fortnightly from March to November and monthly from December to February.
You can pay to have up to a further three green bins, which we'll empty along with your first green bin. The fees for extra green bins are:
- £35 from 1 October 2019 for each additional bin
You may subscribe and pay for permits at any time but we will charge the full amount. There are no discounts or concessions.
If you have already joined the scheme you will have received a reminder in September asking if you wish to remain in the scheme and pay for the next year. If you renew in September, the charge for a full year is £35 per additional bin.
If you already have a permit which is about to expire, you will receive a renewal notice from us – please do not use the buttons below to renew your subscription.
If you order a new additional green bin you will automatically receive a temporary permit in the post. Permits can take up to 14 working days to arrive, so you may receive your bin first.
New subscribers only:
Once you have paid for your bin(s) permit(s) you will receive a temporary paper permit within 14 days. It's important you stick this on the back of your bin so the collection crew can see it has been paid for and know to empty it. You will receive your permanent sticker permit by the end of November 2019. Once received please replace your temporary permit with the permanent one.
Bins remain the property of South Cambridgeshire District Council.
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