We offer a nappy collection service to families with one or more children under three years of age and a hygiene collection service to residents who have health conditions that produce:
- Incontinence pads or similar waste
- Colostomy bags, non-infectious stoma bags, and catheters
To request this service you must:
- have children under three years of age living in the same house, OR
- have a health condition that produces an item listed above, AND
- use all the recycling services available to you
Only nappies and associated materials e.g. cotton wool, wet wipes, nappy sacks etc, and incontinence pads will be collected.
Other household waste, including feminine hygiene waste, should be placed in your general waste bin.
Newport Cloth Nappy Library
Did you know the average baby uses 5,000 nappies, which costs around £1,500? And did you know that, in Wales, almost 300 million nappies are thrown away each year?
Reusable cloth nappies offer an environmentally friendly alternative to single-use nappies. These items are comfortable, can save you money, are easy to use, and reduce the amount of waste you produce.
If you’re interested in trying out washable nappies Newport has a Cloth Nappy Library offering advice and tips on using reusable nappies. For a small fee you can hire a set of cloth nappies to trial for a month.
For more information about when their next meeting is check out their Facebook page here or contact email@example.com.
Clinical waste is defined as any product that could be infectious or hazardous to health, e.g. bodily fluids, dressings, bandages, anything containing blood, chemotherapy Stoma bags.
Please check with your GP if you are unsure.
These items can be collected by the NHS clinical waste collections on request by phoning 0300 1239208.
Clinical waste must not be put in hygiene bags.