Your grey bin is for is for all household waste that cannot be recycled.
Collected every 2 weeks (kerbside service).
What can I put in my grey bin?se items
- Any item that cannot be recycled
- Polystyrene packaging
- Plastic film
What can I not put in my grey bin?
- Gas Canisters/Bottles and Batteries (domestic, lead acid, lithium, vape) must not be placed in any household bins. Disposal of these hazardous items within household bins poses a serious fire risk and can lead to extremely dangerous situations for waste management operatives and reprocessors. Please refer to our Recycling A-Z for information on safe disposal of these items.
- Any item that can be recycled using your new recycling services
- Any item of furniture or electrical items
Please don't present additional bags or large items at the side of your bin. This is classed as fly-tipping which is a criminal offence. Excess bags and large items can either be disposed of at a Household Waste Recycling Centre or collected via the Bulky Uplift service (chargeable).
Non-recycled waste is sent for energy recovery at MVV Baldovie Energy from Waste (EfW) facility, rather than to a landfill site. Electricity and heat is generated as part of this treatment process. Find out more about what happens to your non-recyclable general waste.
Please ensure your grey wheelie bin is presented by 7.30am, at an agreed location on collection day and returned to your bin storage area by the end of collection day. Collections take place between 7:30am-3.30pm (Mon-Thur) and 7.30am-3pm (Friday).