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We’ve got your Commercial Waste and Recycling covered!

Bin lorry with Titan Crane behind it

Avoid fines of up to £10,000 by arranging your recycling and non-recyclate waste with West Dunbartonshire Council

We provide a commercial waste service to businesses within our Council boundary. This fully compliant and chargeable service can offer multiple uplifts of various sizes of wheeled bins depending on your businesses requirements.  Because we’re local it means we can offer the cheapest and most responsive service. 

If you are currently looking for a recycling and waste service, we can offer you the most responsive service available in the area.  If you are looking to switch recycling and waste service providers we can offer you a competitive quote and will beat your current price GUARANTEED!*

To order a wheeled bin or if a new business and wanting to start a commercial bin collection please call Waste Services on 01389 738203 or 01389 738699.

*proof of supplier quote will have to be provided in order to provide a matching or cheaper price.

Emptying bin into lorry

New waste regulations for businesses

Please note : The Waste Regulations for businesses, commercial premises and not-for-profit organisations came into effect from 1st January 2014. For more details on this please refer to our 'Useful documents' section at the bottom right hand side of this page.

We provide a commercial waste service to businesses within our Council boundary. This fully compliant and chargeable service can offer multiple uplifts of various sizes of wheeled bins depending on your businesses requirements.

To order a wheeled bin or if a new business and wanting to start a commercial bin collection please call Waste Services on 01389 738203 or 01389 738699.

Under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, if a commercial business produces waste then it needs a Duty of Care to dispose of its waste properly. A Duty of Care means that all businesses must ensure that their waste is disposed of in a controlled and safe way by another person. That person must be authorised to transport and dispose of the waste without harming the environment. A Duty of Care has no time limit and all businesses are responsible for their waste even after it has been passed to another person for disposal by them.

More Information

For more information on how your business can be more efficient in how it uses resources visit www.resourceefficientscotland.com