Recycling household waste is more environmentally friendly than
sending it for disposal to landfill. Recycling also helps to reduce
the amount of raw materials we use and by recycling more we save
money on the cost of waste disposal and Landfill Tax.
Kerbside recycling arrangements
Some recyclable materials are already collected
from homes in East Dunbartonshire through the kerbside collection
scheme. We would also request that all bottles, jars and cans
to be recycled are rinsed with water you may have already used for
dishes or cleaning, and all cardboard is flat-packed where
Recycling and Waste Services (pdf) (998Kb) leaflet
explains our service in more detail.
Main Recycling Centre
Cars only (without trailers) can visit the
site at anytime within the opening hours please visit our opening hours
Vans and cars with trailers have permitted
time slots during the opening hours. Please refer to our
Valley - Vans and cars with trailers page.
The Mavis Valley staffed recycling
centre, and transfer station are for the use of East
Dunbartonshire Council residents only. You may be asked for
proof of address when you visit.
The Council's Waste Recycling Centre and Transfer
station is based at Mavis Valley, Balmuildy Road, Bishopbriggs G64
3QQ. Household and commercial waste is taken here before being
transferred to either landfill or to a Recycling Contractor.
The Main Recycling Centre has been constructed at
Mavis Valley, extending the main civic amenity site. This
facility enables householders to recycle even more of their
household waste. Please see Recycling
Points (pdf) (24.19Kb) which includes details of
materials currently accepted at Mavis Valley.
Opening Hours - Rubbish Dump and Recycling Centre
For full opening hours please visit our Rubbish Dump Mavis
Valley, Bishopbriggs, G64 3QQ Opening Hours Page
IF YOU ARE USING A VAN OR CAR WITH A TRAILER PLEASE
VISIT OUR MAVIS VALLEY - VANS AND CARS WITH TRAILERS
Please see our Site Safety
Rules, before visiting Mavis Valley.
Recycling Points/Bring Sites
This table allows you to see where your nearest Recycling
Points (pdf) (24.19Kb) is and the items that you can
take there for recycling.
Furniture and household goods
Rather than disposing of unwanted furniture and other
household goods, these could be donated to charity instead. Several
local charities will collect items.
East Dunbartonshire Council's Furniture Project can be
contacted on 0300 123 4510, or contact the National Reuse Helpline
Scotland on 0800 0665 820.