Services and Advice to Businesses
- Zero Waste Scotland information leaflet
Waste Services provides a commercial collection service to businesses throughout Clackmannanshire on completion of a Duty of Care form. This service is chargeable - you can find details on our Commercial Waste charges page.
Depending on the size of business, we offer wheeled containers or plastic sacks and labels. Note that only waste within a specified container or sack with a label attached will be lifted.
Small traders may buy a small traders Tipping Ticket for use at Forthbank Recycling centre. Please see our Commercial Waste charges page for more information.
Commercial Waste Collection Days
Each day our commercial service operates in the following locations.
|Monday||Alloa, Coalsnaughton, Tillicoultry, Dollar, Muckhart, Alva|
|Tuesday||Clackmannan, Menstrie, Tullibody, Sauchie|
|Thursday||Coalsnaughton, Tillicoultry, Dollar, Muckhart, Alva, Fishcross|
|Friday||Alloa, Clackmannan, Menstrie, Tullibody, Sauchie|
The Waste (Scotland) Regulations 2012
The Waste (Scotland) Regulations 2012 require all businesses to present metal, plastic, glass, paper and card for separate collection from 1 January 2014.
Food businesses (except in rural areas) which produce over 50kg of food waste per week to present that food waste for separate collection from 1st January 2014.
Further information on how the new regulations will affect your business can be viewed at the 'Frequently Asked Questions' section of the Zero Waste Scotland Web site.
Free environmental guidance for your business can also be accessed at the Scottish Business Gatewaypages on Environment and Efficiency.
For more information or for setting up a customer account please contact 0500 545 540, or complete our 'Request more information' form and we will get in touch
Additional advice for the Construction Industry
- Managing Waste in Housing and Commercial Developments (Supplementary Development Advice Note)
- Guidance on Construction Site Waste Management
- The Zero Waste Scotland web pages on construction offer information on waste disposal and management, resources to assist segregation of recyclates at source and case studies.
- The construction page on SEPA's web siteoffers advice on licensing, links to further information and a number of publications such as The Small Environmental Guide for Construction Workers. This gives tips to prevent pollution, reduce waste and where to keep up to date with the latest legislation.
- The Netregs also have a useful section on construction.