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is not responsible for the removal of trade waste and public facilities must not be used for the disposal of it, no matter how small or large the amount of waste. This includes; …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Commercial-waste.aspx

There will be a charge for bulky waste collection of £10 for 70 units worth of items being … of up to £50,000 and / or a 5 year prison sentence for each item of waste which is dumped. …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Bulky-item-collection.aspx

We can no longer collect side waste in carrier bags so please squash items to make 50% more … Your garden waste bin may be full of mixed waste, e.g. a bin bag plus garden waste; …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Bins.aspx

unlimited quantities of construction/demolition waste. This includes waste produced … work such as house alterations or reconstruction. We advise the use of a skip for this type of waste. …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Household-waste-and-recycling-centres-permit-terms-and-conditions.aspx

There are various locations across Blackburn with Darwen where you can take your household refuse and recyclables. … There are recycling centres (tips) in … Household waste recycling centres …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Recycling-household-waste.aspx

Find out when your bins are collected and how … Information about commercial and business waste. … recycling centre (tip) is and when it opens for recycling your household waste and rubbish. …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Bins-recycling-rubbish.aspx

Clinical waste is any waste which poses a threat of infection to humans. Clinical waste is mainly produced by hospitals, health … Household waste - domestic binsRecycling centres …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Hazardous-household-waste-disposal.aspx

This often happens outside household waste recycling centres, and includes items such as furniture or business waste. It … exact location of where waste has been fly-tipped …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Litter-and-fly-tipping.aspx

If you take waste from someone else the first thing you should do is be sure the law allows you to do so. Duty of Care - Section A explains who is allowed to take waste. …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/Pages/Duty-of-Care---the-law-and-commercial-waste.aspx

a contractor is engaged to receive the Council’s waste for a gate fee. In August 2013 a … Route can be removed. Based on current waste arising the annual saving in year one would be …

http://www.blackburn.gov.uk/General EIA/Residual-Waste-Procurement-EIA-v1.0.pdf

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