Barnet Council will once again provide a Pesach waste and Chometz collection service before Passover.
The dedicated refuse service will run along 300-plus pre-designated roads, and make it simple for residents who wish to dispose of their Pesach refuse and Chometz before the start of Passover.
Residents who live on these designated roads can take advantage of this service by putting their Pesach waste into their black refuse bin or refuse sacks, and placing them on the boundary of their property by 6.30am on Thursday 21 April.
The list of designated roads can be found on the council's website.
Residents who don’t live on a pre-designated road can pre-book a free Pesach collection by email or by calling the council on 020 8359 4600.
Pesach bookings can be taken by telephone and email from 9am on Monday 11 April until 4pm on Tuesday 19 April 2016.
Jamie Blake, Barnet Council’s Commissioning Director for Environment, said: “As in previous years the council is providing this service in a number of streets across the borough and also through pre-booked collections.
“This provides a convenient way for residents to have their Pesach refuse and Chometz collected.”
Residents are encouraged to make full use of their waste and recycling collections, including food waste collections, prior to Passover to minimise excess waste.
Residents can donate reusable clothing to charity shops, and furniture to the Barnet Furniture Centre at 4 Queens Parade, N11 3FY. Other items can be taken to the Reuse and Recycling Centre at Summers Lane, N12 0RF.