Businesses may choose to dispose of their waste and recycling themselves at one of our waste transfer stations, Chinglebraes and/or Bossack.
Items accepted at Chinglebraes include:
Clinical Waste – Low-grade clinical wastes from licensed carriers
Domestic Waste – Any mainly combustible wastes originating from households that would normally be collected by the refuse carts
Commercial/ Industrial Waste (Non-Hazardous) - Mainly combustible wastes which cannot be landfilled at Bossack. This category includes soiled paper and cardboard, silage wrap, fertiliser bags, carpets, furniture, plastics, scrap timber and plaster/plasterboard.
Mixed Wastes to Sort - Combustible wastes that require removal of non-combustible waste prior to processing.
Paper and Cardboard in Separated Fractions.
Clean newspaper, magazines and cardboard packaging for recycling. Please Note: Materials must be clean and free from contamination or they will be rejected.
Metal cans, plastic bottles and glass.
Items accepted at Bossack include:
Inert Landfill Waste - Non-hazardous landfill material (e.g. glass, concrete, bricks and mortar, tiles, slates, fibreglass wool, clay and stones). Please note: plastics, plaster, plasterboard and timber are not permitted.
Waste Oil - Loads to be accompanied by a completed SEPA Special Waste Transfer Note.
Mixed Wastes to Sort - Inert material that requires removal of non-inert contaminants before landfill.
Asbestos Cement Sheeting - Cement bonded asbestos sheeting will only be accepted for disposal when double bagged, sealed and accompanied by a completed SEPA Special Waste Transfer Note.
Used Cooking Oil - Used cooking oil free from water and food wastes.
Municipal Green Waste - Green wastes suitable for shredding.
Hazardous and Other Special Waste - Hazardous and other wastes requiring special arrangements for proper disposal. Loads to be accompanied by a completed SEPA Special Waste Transfer Note.
Computer Monitors and Televisions.
Domestic Sized Fridges and Freezers.
Other Electrical Items - Electrical items including computers, printers etc.
Please note if you transport your own waste you must register as a waste carrier with SEPA (Scottish Environment Protection Agency). Visit the 'Waste carriers and brokers' link from the 'Related Sites' section of this page to find out more information.
The current price list for disposal can be found on pages 33 to 37 in latest Council Charges Register available from the 'Related Links' section of this page.