Bin Collection Information and Calendar
Newry, Mourne and Down District Council has three different coloured bins for the separate collection of household waste. The blue/green and brown bins are for recycling and the black is for non-recyclable waste.
The Council will collect these coloured bins every fortnight.
The Council has recently introduced a postcode search facility. This new facility, that we are still verifying, is so residents can find address specific information about their bin collection day and schedule.
Please note: We have not changed any collection schedules and ask that, if the calendar associated with your postcode features the wrong collection day that you let us know by contacting us on 0300 013 22 33. Thank you.
Click here to enter your postcode to view bin collection dates for your area.
Your Waste Collection Service
Please place your bin at the kerbside no later than 7.30am. Please leave the bin with handles facing the road and the lid closed. We will not collect loose or bagged waste.
Please do not put the following items in any of your wheelie bins:
- Hazardous/Special Waste such as:
- Asbestos material
- Building and construction waste
- Motor oil
- Motor vehicle batteries
- Used paint
- Soil or stones
- Dead animals
What Do I Do If My Bin Has Not Been Collected?
We aim to collect all bins on their scheduled collection day. However, sometimes for various reasons we may miss some (eg parked cars, roadworks, vehicle breakdown or adverse weather).
If this does not explain why your bin was not collected, please contact us. When a delay has occurred we will return to collect your bin on the next available day.
If you note that a number of neighbouring bins have been missed.We will be aware of this and will try to collect your bin on the next available day, Please leave your bin at the kerbside.
Check the list below for some reasons why your bin may not have been collected:
- Did you leave your bin out before 7.30am on its correct collection day?
- During holidays, bin collection days may change - is there a change to your collection day?
- Was your bin lid closed and no other side waste left outside your bin?
- Did you put a non-recyclable item in your recycling bin?
What Do I Do If My Bin Is Damaged?
Refuse crews must report if they damage a bin whilst emptying. If this happens, the Council will replace your bin.
Sometimes bins split or become damaged due to normal wear and tear. In cases like this it is the responsibility of the householder to buy a replacement bin. For health and safety reasons, crews may not lift damaged bins. Buy a Bin.
If you need any further information, please contact:
Waste Department Customer Services Section
Telephone: 0300 013 2233