For Coronavirus information including the current restrictions, any disruptions to Council services, how to book a COVID-19 test and the support available for residents and businesses visit www.stockton.gov.uk/coronavirus
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Service Disruptions
Most of our services have returned to normal in line with Step 4 of the national roadmap. For information such as opening times and contact details please visit the relevant service page on our website.
We will continue to provide details of any COVID-related service disruptions on this page.
Household waste, recycling and green waste collections
From Tuesday 20 July household waste collections will move to fortnightly and green waste collections will be suspended.
There will be no change to recycling collections and these will continue on your designated red or blue week, with household waste being collected on the alternative week. If you do not know whether you are a blue or red week use the search tool here.
Weekly household waste collections will continue for people who leave their bin out in a back alley and those who live on a farm.
Further information on the changes can be viewed here.
Haverton Hill Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC)
The Household Waste and Recycling Centre at Haverton Hill is open to Stockton-on-Tees residents for the disposal of household waste and recyclable materials including garden waste – but you must book an appointment to use it. You can find full details on our Coronavirus Waste and Recycling webpage.
We have increased capacity and you can now book until the date and time of arrival. On site social distancing restrictions will be removed from Monday (July 19) and all parking bays will be open for use.
Trailers are now permitted on site – if you wish to bring a trailer you will need to apply for a permit using the booking form here and then book a slot. The option to select a “trailer” is being added to the booking system from 26th July, until then please select the “vans and pickups” option.