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  1. Commercial Waste Bins

    Details of commercial waste bins.

    For more information regarding commercial waste, please click here

  2. How do I get a compost bin?
  3. MyBin

    This page provides bin collection round information based on postcode:

     

  4. Household Waste Recycling Centres

    A Household Waste Recycling Centre is a large waste and recycling collection centre, operated by Cumbria County Council. To find out more information about opening times and location, please click here.

    PLEASE NOTE: Waste Recycling Centre's are the County Councils responsibility. Copeland Borough Council are not responsible for Waste Recycling Centres. Please contact the following for further information: 

     

  5. List of recycling sites

    A list of sites across Copeland where you can take items to be recycled. This list tells you which items you can recycle at each place.

  6. Waste and Recycling

    Copeland Borough Council's Waste Management section provides a wide range of waste related services to the people, businesses and visitors of Copeland. We are committed to the provision of efficient, cost effective waste services.

  7. Food waste digester application form

    Application form to buy a discounted food waste digester. Print this off and fill it in to apply for one of the digesters.

    For more info about these digesters and recycling, please visit http://www.recycleforcumbria.org/

     

     

  8. Report fly tipping

    If you see any fly tipping please report it by calling us on 01946 598300 or email wasteofficers@copeland.gov.uk.

    Please try and describe the location of the items as accurately as possible and tell us the nature of what has been dumped. We will then clean up the mess and investigate the culprits.

  9. Household Waste Recycling Centre

    We have pulled together a series of frequently asked questions about household waste recycling sites - you might refer to these as the tip or dump.

    Household Waste Recycling Centres are run by Cumbria County Council - for detailed and up-to-date information please use the following numbers: 

    Household Waste Recycling Centre permit line 0845 0551118 

    Frizington Household Waste Recycling Centre 01946 813613

    Millom Household Waste Recycling Centre 01229 771447 (Currently offering limited services due to the site being flooded.)

  10. Recycling sites

    A list of all the recycling sites in Copeland.

  11. Moresby Parks

    Location of the Copeland Borough Council Moresby Parks site.

  12. List of bring sites

    A list of locations where residents can take their recycling.

  13. Refuse collection

    We collect household waste from 32,000 properties across Copeland either by providing a fortnightly wheeled bin collection service or a weekly blue bag service.

  14. Recycling bring sites

    Recycling bring sites in Copeland

  15. Kerbside recycling service

    We operate a kerbside recycling collection service for paper, glass and cans from households on a fortnightly basis.

  16. What are the opening hours for Frizington tip?
  17. Recycling points

    There are over thirty recycling points throughout the borough to make recycling easy wherever you go.

  18. What are the opening hours of the Millom tip?
  19. Household Waste Recycling Centres or tips

    Cumbria County Council operate large Household Waste Recycling Centres across Cumbria, with two in Copeland. These are sometimes known as tips.

    PLEASE NOTE: Waste Recycling Centre's are the County Councils responsibility. Copeland Borough Council are not responsible for Waste Recycling Centres. Please contact the following for further information: 

    Waste Recycling Centre permit line 0845 0551118 

    Frizington Waste Recycling Centre 01946 813613

    Millom Waste Recycling Centre 01229771447 (Currently offering limited services due to site being flooded.)

  20. How can I arrange collection of an old bed?
  21. Assisted Collection Service

    If you are permanently or temporarily unable to place your bin out for collection then you may be eligible for an assisted bin collection. Find out more below.

  22. How do I create less waste?
  23. Large Wheeled Bins

     Customers will be able to apply for a larger wheeled bin (or additional blue bags) where they meet the following criteria:

    • 6 or more permanent residents or
    • 5 permanent residents including  1 under the age of 5 or
    • 4 permanent residents including 2 under the age of 5 or
    • A medical condition which produces non-infectious clinical waste
  24. What and where can I recycle?
  25. Allotments

    Here you will find information about the cost of an allotment and details of how to put your name on our waiting list.

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