We currently collect glass in the Fife area covering Dunfermline, Cupar, St Andrews, the East Neuk of Fife, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy, Lochgelly, Cowdenbeath, Ladybank & Leuchars.
It’s easy to sign up. Decide if you want a single or double box monthly subscription and click on your preferred option below.
The great news is we don’t tie you into a contract, so you can opt to leave at any time by confirming in writing, so we are perfect even if you want to use us for a one off collection.
Postcodes – KY1 – KY13
We save you time taking glass to recycling points, save mess transporting it and we are convenient as glass can be bulky and heavy. We also help to protect the environment by ensuring your glass is recycled. We make recycling glass easy for a low monthly cost.
We will provide you with a 45l box to collect your glass in, this has a lid and can be stored indoors or outside.
Collection will be made every 4 weeks and we will text & email to remind you the night before collections.
We will collect the glass from your doorstep or drive and leave your box to fill up for the next month.
Your glass is taken to be recycled for you, giving the peace of mind that it is not being added to landfill.
Multiple boxes are available at discounted prices.
We use Wham Bam 45 litre recycled plastic boxes. They are extremely strong and come with a secure lid so can be stored outside in all weather if required. Dimensions: 49.00 x 39.50 x 32.00 cm. This equates to approximately 30 wine bottles or 45 beer bottles.
Yes, our waste carrier licence is WCR/R/1197147.
Absolutely, our boxes hold the equivalent of 30 wine bottles so we are perfect for lots of businesses who don’t produce commercial volumes of glass recycling.
You are not in a contract and can cancel your plan at any time and the box is yours to keep.
Currently we pick up across Dundee, Fife, Perthshire, Aberdeenshire & Glasgow. We also collect from many more smaller locations in the surrounding areas.
Bottles and jars of any colour, e.g. wine, beer and spirits and jars such as sauces, jam etc. jars that have contained food should be emptied and rinsed. You can also recycle perfume bottles and toiletries too.
Household product glass such as mirrors, pyrex, drinking glasses and light bulbs cannot be recycled and should be disposed of in general waste.
Please get in touch at email@example.com and we will investigate your issue promptly.
We dispose of the glass we collect at a registered recycling facility via the Binn Group.
I am not afraid to say I hate standing the process of taking all the bottles to the recycling point, for a few pounds a month it saves me the hassle and the embarrassment!
We have a young family and busy jobs and simply do not have the time so for us it is all about convenience.
Both my parents are elderly and the service is perfect for them as they do not get out and about easily.
I love the fact the company donate proceeds to charity and encourage recycling at the same time.
We signed up because we live in a flat and have to carry our empties some distance, this saves us a lot of hassle