The Council would like to apologise to affected residents for the inconvenience caused by these unforeseen delays.
We recognise the importance of this service for users and all available resources are being deployed by the Waste Services Team to minimise disruption.
No collections took place in St Ninian’s and Braehead today (23 Jan) and these routes will now run tomorrow (Friday, 24 Jan).
Tomorrow (24 Jan), collections won’t be carried out in the following locations: Fallin, Kippen, Gargunnock and Cowie.
Grey bins in Kippen and Gargunnock are scheduled be uplifted by Sunday (26 Jan), while collections should be completed in Fallin and Cowie by Monday (27 Jan).
Due to the impact on the uplift cycle, brown bin collections at the start of next week – Dunblane and Bridge of Allan (Monday, 27 Jan); Causewayhead, Cornton, Raploch and Bridge of Allan (Tuesday, 28 Jan) – could be disrupted.
Residents in these areas are advised to continue putting out their bins out for collection as normal and to check the Council’s website and social media feeds for updates over the weekend.
Once again, we would like to thank everyone for their patience and to share this information with your neighbours and anyone else who you believe may be affected.
For further queries, residents should call the Contact Centre – 01786 404040
To confirm what to put in your bins, check our website here: https://my.stirling.gov.uk/bins-waste-recycling/what-to-put-in-your-bins/