Get rid of bread products before Passover with Barnet Borough Council

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

Jewish people who need to throw out their wheat products before Passover can use a special collection service.

Barnet Borough Council will provide the Pesach waste and Chometz collection service before the festival, which takes place on Monday, April 14.

The service will run along 300 designated roads, to make it simple and easier for people to dispose of their refuse.

People can take advantage of the service by putting their excess Pesach waste into their black refuse bin or black plastic sacks, and placing them on the boundary of their house by 10am on April 13.

Residents can check whether they live on a pre-designated Pesach collection road by clicking here.

People who do not live on a pre-designated road can pre-book a free Pesach collection by calling 020 8359 4600 or emailing Pesach@barnet.gov.uk

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