Angus Council has prioritised collections for households who have not had their bin emptied since industrial action by members of Unite the Union began.
The local authority has also ruled out any possibility of residents receiving rebates from their council tax for non-collection of waste.
A spokesperson for the local authority said: “We can act to ensure those people subscribed to the garden waste collection service are not financially disadvantaged, but the council tax is a statutory tax for a broad range of local services and facilities.
“Neither does the law permit the withholding of payment.”
Residents in Monifieth who are due purple bin collections on Monday April 22 are asked to put their bins out for Wednesday April 24 instead.
Monifieth residents who are due to have their purple bin emptied on Tuesday April 23 should have their bin out for Thursday April 25.
Unite the Union has also given notice of strike action for April 22 and 23, which follows a week-long strike between April 8 and 12.
The local authority highlighted staff not involved in strike action have helped to ensure around 50% of scheduled collections have been made, but concedes a large number of properties have seen collections missed – some in successive weeks.
The spokesperson said: “Temporary plans are now in place to try to ensure that properties that normally have fortnightly collections scheduled on Mondays and Tuesdays, receive a purple bin and grey bin collection at least every four weeks.
“Talks to resolve this dispute are ongoing with Unite, but at this stage we cannot predict precise staffing numbers day to day.
“As such, we request that all households continue to have their bins out on scheduled collection dates before 6am and do not bring them in before 10pm unless they are empty.
“All of our recycling centres have general waste skips available during this period of strike action and are operating as normal on their regular hours.”
The industrial action was sparked by proposals from the local authority that would see refuse collectors switch to a two-shift pattern, moving from the current 7am to 3pm arrangement to alternating 6am to 2pm and 2pm to 10pm collections in a bid to cut costs.
Unite members voted by 92%, on a turnout of 87.2%, for industrial action after raising concerns about the dangers of operating the service safely and effectively, as well as the negative impact the changes will have on work-life balance.