Due to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant as well as other forms of covid-19, higher numbers of staff in our cleansing service are unavailable to work as normal.
The majority of our scheduled collection routes are due to resume on Monday 17 January, however, it is expected there will be delays in certain neighbourhoods as a result of high levels of absence. Residents who present their bins at the kerbside should continue to do so as normal until they have been serviced.
In order to assist with prioritising our collection services we have temporarily suspended our bulk uplift service until 23 January.
Details of any delayed collections and the anticipated collection dates will be available here from Monday 17 January.
We apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please see below information on missed bins and anticipated date of completion. If we have not emptied your bin after 6pm on the scheduled collection day and it is not listed below please complete our online form.
|Domestic Bin Type|
|Street||Neighbourhood||Green||Blue||Brown||Food||Glass||Anticipated Completion Date||Comments|
|Auldhouse||X||28 January 2022|
|Newlands||X||28 January 2022|
|Great Western Road||Anniesland Area||X||29 January 2022|
|Anniesland Road||Anniesland Area||X||29 January 2022|
Information last updated Wednesday 27 January 2022, 19:20.
A missed bin collection is when we have not emptied your bin after 6pm on the scheduled collection day.
Before you report a missed bin collection please check:
If your bin has not been collected due to the aforementioned points, your bin will not be collected until the next scheduled collection date.
Your bin may also be missed if the following has occurred:
In these instances the council will collect your bin as soon as practicable after your scheduled collection date.
If your bin has been missed and you reside in a newly built house, please contact the council to ensure your address has been added to a bin route.
Before reporting a missed collection, consideration should also be given to:
If you would like to register a missed collection please complete our online form.
Residents who stay in flatted properties do not have to put their bins out for collection, as collection crew's service the bins from backcourts/bin storage areas, or bins may be presented by Housing Associations.
In addition to the information in the aforementioned questions, difficulties in access to tenement/flat closes can sometimes cause delay to bin collections. In these circumstances the council will collect your bin as soon as practicable after your scheduled collection date.
You can report a missed bin using our online form.
Once you submit a report, please ensure you make your bin available for collection.
It can take us up to 7 days to return to collect a missed bin. If you have already contacted us to report a missed bin collection, please allow 7 days before contacting us again.
To cancel your Missed Bin Collection request, please complete our online form.
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