Due to adverse weather, or vehicle breakdowns, some collections may be disrupted
Waste and Recycling collections Errol and Ruthvenfield 19/3/2018
Unfortunately due to a number of vehicle breakdowns we have been unable to complete all the scheduled collections today (Monday 19th March), this impacts green bins in the Errol and Ruthvenfield areas. We would advise householders impacted to leave bins presented at the kerbside for 48 hours and we will endeavour to return and collect these missed bins. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and would ask for your understanding while we work to resolve the issue
Brown bin collections rural Crieff and rural Aberfeldy
Due to the adverse weather conditions over the weekend some Brown Bins were missed in the Rural Crieff and Rural Aberfeldy areas. We would ask that any residents whose brown bin did not get uplifted on the scheduled uplift day in the above areas to leave the bin presented at the kerbside for 48 hours after their normal scheduled collection time. Now that the conditions have improved we will endeavour to return and collect any missed bins. We would like to thank residents for their patience and understanding.
Missed collections due to weather conditions between 28/2/2018 and 6/3/2018
Due to the fact there are a substantial number of missed collections between 28th February and 6th March, we will no longer be able to return within the 48 hour window. We apologise for an inconvenience caused and remind residents of the following options:
- A reasonable amount of general waste can be left beside your on the next scheduled uplift.
- You can still dispose of your waste and recycling at your local Recycling Centre. You can also dispose of glass, cans and paper at your local Recycling Points. Please check that these facilities are open and accessible prior to visiting.
We apologise for any inconvenience to you during this period of adverse weather.