Posted: Tue 12th Dec 2017

Some bins remain unemptied in Flintshire today due icy conditions – council update on when waste will be collected

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Dec 12th, 2017

Flintshire County Council say they have attempted to collect waste from as many areas as possible today, Tuesday 12 December “but due to icy conditions not all areas will be completed.”

‘These areas will now be serviced next Tuesday 19 December’ an update from the council states.

“We have today inspected our waste and recycling collection routes for tomorrow, Wednesday 13 December, to check if they are safe for collections to take place.”

All of the areas shown in BOLD on the table below will not receive a collection of any kind tomorrow.

Collections of all waste types in these areas will be carried out next week and will then be weekly through the Christmas and New Year period.

For those areas that have not been collected this week, we will collect all that is presented next week, including black bag side waste.

All areas NOT IN BOLD will receive their normal collection of recycling and food waste tomorrow, where it is safe to do so.

Waste Collection Information – Wednesday 13 December
Pentre – Willow Lane, Mancot – Crossways, Mancot Way & Sandycroft Buckley – Drury Lane, Annwyl Estate, Drury & Ewloe – St Davids
Mancot – Hawarden Way, Leaches Lane Queensferry / Sandycroft / Willow Park
Hawarden – Carlines Park, Upper Aston Hall Lane, Fieldside & Ewloe – Maes Pinwydd Buckley – Spon Green, Jubilee Road, Hawthorne Avenue
Mancot – Park Ave, Kennedy Dr & Hawarden – High Park, Glynne Way Hawarden – Level Road, Wood Lane, Kearsley Ave
Aston – Coutland Drive, Tin Town Buckley – Chruch Road (Annwyl), Forest Walk, Linthorpe Road
Buckley – Liverpool Rd, St Matthews Park, Ullswater Rd, Ewloe Place  Higher Kinnerton /  Saltney Ferry 
Sealand – Manor, RAF, Sealand Rd G. City – Welsh Road & Saughall  Willow Park / Willowbrook Park
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