Cornwall Council are removing recycling banks inherited from Cornwall’s former district councils. These were installed before the household recycling collection service was brought in and now every residential address has a fortnightly recycling collection. The recycling banks being removed on the Roseland are:
Week commencing 7th September:
St. Mawes car park
Week commencing 14th September:
St. Just in Roseland (Free car park)
Gerrans car park
If you have been using the recycling banks, please start using your household recycling collections or take your recycling to your nearest Household Waste and Recycling Centre.
Signs will be put up before the banks are removed and will remain there for a period after the banks have been removed. The banks will either be reused or recycled.
Reminder – Businesses often used these recycling banks illegally to dispose of their commercial waste. All businesses should pay for commercial waste collection instead of burdening local taxpayers. If you run a business you will need to find a commercial waste operator. Search online or ask neighbouring businesses which provider they use. Please ensure you use registered waste carriers who are authorised to collect and dispose of your waste.
To find out more about recycling in Cornwall, go to https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/recycling