Bin crews were unable to collect all the brown bins today (14 April). The list of roads that we couldn’t get to is on our Known Delays page. If yours is listed, please leave your bin out and we will come back tomorrow (15 April). Apologies for any inconvenience
Information on household waste collections, our Wastesaver commercial waste service, recycling information and how to dispose of large items and hazardous waste.
Please note: Black, blue and brown bin collections are running as normal. It is likely that collections may take place earlier or later than usual so please ensure your bins are at the front of your property by 6am on your scheduled collection day.
View our simple guide to what CAN and CAN'T go in your blue bin in Suffolk.
The Council’s Enforcement Officers deal with a variety of environmental issues on public land that can have a negative impact on the local environment. They undertake routine patrols in the Borough of Ipswich.
Ipswich Borough Council and its partners – Suffolk Police, Suffolk County Council and the Police & Crime Commissioner – are working together to respond to issues raised by the community in south-east Ipswich following the murder of teenager Tavis Spencer-Aitkens.