|The weekly Refuse Collection takes place early on a Monday morning.|
|Leave your wheelie bin in a suitable position on the Sunday evening. Please ensure that no highways, pavements or footpaths are obstructed by your bin.|
|Special collection arrangements can be made where necessary by contacting the clerk on 819690|
|Where Can I Recycle?|
|Why not start at Home?
If you don’t already compost you could think about buying a subsidised bin (scroll down to see further details of this).
|In Maughold we are also fortunate to be able to offer free advice on composting from Mark our ‘Master Composter’. A whole range of information and advice is available how to get started, what items to compost, etc.|
|Please contact the Commissioners on 819690 for further information.|
|There are Bring Banks at the following locations:
Maughold Village Car Park, Dhoon Glen Car Park, Corony Estate, & Glen Mona Hotel Car Park. Paper, light card, steel and aluminium tins, glass and clothing/textiles can be recycled at these locations. (Household batteries can be recycled at the Corony).
|Recycling sites >> link to further information.|
|Northern Civic Amenity (CA) Site, Balladoole, Lezayre (Approx one mile north of Ramsey on the Bride Road)
All Maughold residents can use the Northern CA Site FREE OF CHARGE for the disposal of bulky non-food household waste items (e.g. kitchen units) and recycling (e.g. plastic bottles, garden waste / scrap metal / car & dry-cell batteries).
For further information, please call the Northern CA Site on 882006. >> Recycling leaflet
|8.00am – 4.30pm
8.00am – 4.00pm
8.00am – 4.30pm
9.00am – 4.30pm
|Public holidays 8.00am – 1.00pm
Public holiday closures: Good Friday, Tynwald Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day
|Fridges/freezers recycling Due to changes in legislation, household fridges and freezers are now recycled. However, there is a charge for this service (£24.50 + VAT per unit) as each unit is sent to the UK for dismantling / degassing and full recycling.
Maughold residents can take their unwanted fridge or freezer to the Northern CA Site for recycling. The charge must be paid on arrival at the site (cards are accepted).
For any householder unable to take their fridge / freezer to the Northern CA site for recycling, there is a home collection service available. Please phone Manx Waste Solutions (Tel: 495327) for costs.
|Hospice Furniture Shop will collect saleable furniture from people’s homes to raise money for the Island’s Charity.|
|Hospice will collect items of furniture such as wardrobes, tables, sofas etc. However, they have advised a number of conditions:
No gas-related appliances will be accepted
All upholstery and furniture must hold fire regulation labels
All items are accepted at the discretion of the Hospice worker or Hospice volunteer who carries out the collections (i.e. if an item is considered unsaleable, then it will not be accepted).
|For further information, please telephone the Hospice Shops Warehouses Office: 615055.|
|Computer / TV / Monitor recycling|
|One local company, Manx Waste Solutions (Tel: 495327) is currently recycling redundant computer equipment, TV sets, monitors and other electrical equipment. A home collection service is available, and all items are exported to the UK for recycling. There is a charge for this service (prices on request).|