Our kerbside collection vehicle will collect your grass cuttings from your orange bin and newspapers, paper and magazines from your big blue bag, (only in Ballasalla Village & Derbyhaven) on alternate Mondays.
We only collect grass during the period of BST.
What we take:
Orange Bin: Grass cuttings
Blue Bag: Newspapers, Magazines, Junk mail (no plastic envelopes)
Do not put in plastic of any type, quantities of soil, stones or rubble, animal waste or food waste. Orange bins or bags containing anything other than recyclable material will be rejected and left by the collectors.
There are numerous Bring Bank’s located in the Parish where you can recycle glass, cans/tins and paper.
These are at:
St Mark’s, near Ballagarey Chapel
Rushen Abbey Car Park
The Commissioners Office Car Park
Abbots Way, near Feigh Keign Field
Clagh Vane, adjacent to the biomass boiler
Derbyhaven, by the Gold Club Greenkeepers store.
Steam Railway Station Car Park
REDUCE – RE-USE – RECYCLE
* NOT AVAILABLE IN ALL AREAS OF MALEW
CIVIC AMENITY SITE
The Civic Amenity Site is located at Port St Mary, and is financed from contributions from the Southern Local Authorities.
It is available for ratepayers to take items of refuse which are not suitable for domestic collection or recycling.
It is free to use, but items such as fridges are charged for disposal. There is also free compost for collection, when available.