Recycling Scheme In Coverack

     Cornwall Council Working in Partnership with Cory Environmental

  Dates 2016: Wednesdays Fortnightly 

 
See Cornwall Council website for dates here

Visit the Cornwall Council recycling page here.   
 containers for recycling Collection on alternate Wednesdays
 
What to expect in the former Kerrier District.
Residents should have a black or blue plastic box for glass, and a red reusable sack for cans and plastic bottles.
Residents should also have a blue reusable sack for paper and an orange reusable sack for cardboard.

Cardboard Boxes and packets FLAT PACKED, BUNDLED OR BOXED
An orange re-usable sack will be provided for cardboard.
What goes in the black or blue box?

Glass bottles and jars – we do not collect sheet glass, mirrors, drinking glasses, china, spectacles, light bulbs, pyrex or broken glass of any type.
Textiles – reusable shoes, clothing, towels, sheets
(no duvets). Please place in a separate bag to keep dry.
What goes in the red bag?
Plastic bottles – any colour or type, washed and squashed, but no lids
Drinks cans – please rinse out, Food tins – please rinse out
Aerosols – ensure they are empty with lids removed, Foil – clean
Please do not put glass in the bag. For health and safety reasons glass should go into the blue or black box.
Any blue bag that has glass in it will not be collected.
Newspapers, magazines, catalogues, brochures, junkmail white stationery, telephone books, greetings cards. BLUE BAG
PLEASE REMEMBERTHAT THERE IS A FACILITY FOR PAPER/MAGAZINE RECYCLING AT THE SCHOOL. PLEASE MAKE USE OF THIS FACILITY AS THE SCHOOL BENEFITS FROM IT. IT IS THERE ALL OF THE TIME.


The Recycling Scheme picks up the recycling once a fortnight early on Wednesday mornings from houses on the main road through Coverack.
Collections from some minor roads may be later on Wednesday.

Find out more about recycling containers

Find out about recycling types of plastic waste

If you have any queries regarding recycling please contact us on: 0300 1234 141

Updated Jan 2016