Stantonbury Parish Council has received complaints regarding domestic waste being stored, dumped or disposed of incorrectly and illegally. Rubbish becomes a health hazard when it is abandoned or disposed of incorrectly and can attract rats, which carry diseases that can cause serious illness in humans.
Your black refuse/recycling sacks/blue boxes/green bins should be kept on your property at all times and should be made available at the property boundary after 5pm the day before collection or from 6am on the morning of your collection day.
To dispose of your unwanted items/rubbish it can be taken to one of our local tips which are located at:
- New Bradwell, Newport Road, MK13 0AH
- Newport Pagnell, North Crawley Road, MK16 9HG
- Bleak Hall, Chesney Wold, MK6 1NE
Alternatively, you may wish to contact the Environmental Helpline on 01908 252570 to arrange a collection call for your larger items You will be charged for this service, however they offer a concessionary charge if you are in receipt of benefits.
Please do not pile your sacks up or larger items on footpaths, walkways or outside other people’s properties – this is fly tipping and is an offence that could result in a penalty notice of £100 or possibly a fine of £1000. Due to the numerous reports of flytipping, Stantonbury Parish Council have a Environmental Enforcement Officer specially to deal with issues of flytipping in our Parish. He is Dave Barnes and will be out and about looking after our Parish so if you see anything you would like to report, please do so to him or by contacting the office.