Information from Stirling Council.

Stirling Council will embark on a review of its waste services with a public consultation placed at its heart.

A short-life working group will be established following a motion at Thursday’s Council meeting to confirm the full extent of the review, which will include, at least, the following matters:

  • The frequency of each waste collection stream
  • The garden waste charge
  • The costs of the waste collection service
  • Ensuring the highest level of recycling

The review will also include the views of the public, waste services work force and trade unions.

The move comes after a suite of changes to waste collection were approved by Council in 2020, which then came into force in September 2021. The changes shifted grey and blue bin collections to four-weekly and introduced a garden waste permit.

Information on the review, its scope and the public consultation will be confirmed in due course.