Summer Bank Holiday collections one day later Nick Cater August 27, 2021August 27, 2021 Latest News Thursday 26 August 2021 – No collections on the Summer Bank Holiday Monday 30 August mean recycling and rubbish services are one day later all week, including Friday pick-ups on Saturday 4 September. The changes affect collections of recycling and refuse, as well as assisted collections. Residents should sort and segregate materials, ensure no recycling – especially food – is in the rubbish bin, and put all waste containers out by 6am. Recycling sites remain on their usual timetables, with all 16 open 9am-4pm on the bank holiday Saturday and Sunday weekend. And 12 sites will be open 9am-6pm on Bank Holiday Monday: Bridgwater, Castle Cary, Chard, Cheddar, Crewkerne, Frome, Minehead, Street, Taunton, Wells, Williton, Yeovil. All kerbside collections return to their usual schedules from Monday 6 September. Meanwhile, residents have been reminded that the embers from bank holiday barbecues should be drenched to ensure they do not start a dangerous bin blaze if added to their rubbish. For details of all collections, check My Collection Day at somersetwaste.gov.uk.