Twelfth of July Belfast bin collection and recycling centre details

Belfast City Council has advised of changes to bin collections over The Twelfth bank holiday.

Recycling centre opening hours will also change, with closures in place and changes to opening and closing times surrounding the holiday.

The council said if your general waste bin, recycling bin, compost bin, purple glass recycling box, wheelie boxes and Bryson recycling boxes are due to be collected on July 12, this will be completed on July 13 instead.

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People are advised to ensure their bins and recycling boxes are left out by 7am. If your bin is not collected, the council have advised to leave it out on July 14.

All recycling centres in the Belfast area are closed for the bank holiday on July 12. On July 13, Blackstaff Way and Palmerston Road recycling centres open from 9am to 4.45pm, while all other sites remain closed.

On July 14, all recycling centres open as normal from 12pm to 5pm, with last entry at 4.45pm. All centres will open as normal from July 15, with opening hours from 8.30am to 5.30pm and last entry at 5.15pm.

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