From February 2020 you will be able to subscribe for the new period 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021 by logging into your Fylde Council account. If you are new a customer and are registering for the first time please click here to create your account, you…

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The weekly sack collection service is provided to households that have limited space to store wheeled bins or if there is insufficient access for a bin collection vehicle onto the street. Sacks are provided for domestic waste that cannot be recycled in the recycling containers. Sacks should be placed out for collection at the edge of…

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Why we are collecting the data

Fylde Borough Council Waste and Recycling Team provides a number of services which include recycling education and advice, Environmental crime enforcement, and the administration of the bulky waste collection service; the assisted collection service and the green waste subscription scheme. The service area also covers, but not exclusively listed, the…

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It's not unusual for bins to smell unpleasant. Wheeled bins have been designed to keep insects out, as long as you shut the lid properly.  If it is left open, insects can easily get inside, especially flies which can spread disease. Reduce and prevent insects and smells in your bin by:

Extra grey bin applications – coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Please note that under Health and Safety guidance relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we are currently only able to process medical applications at this time. If you are applying due to the number of permanent residents in the household we will place your application on file and…

Read more Order a wheeled bin

The Council’s Waste Prevention and Enforcement Team actively work with residents to encourage them to recycle as much as possible and to take responsibility for their household waste and refuse and recycling containers. Unfortunately, some residents are either unaware of their obligations, refuse to recycle or choose not to comply with the collection arrangements.

Initially the…

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Fylde Council are responsible for the following:

Cleaning of

  • Public highways, channels, footpaths and Council-owned car parks
  • Residential areas (normally swept monthly)
  • Town Centre streets and pedestrian areas (swept more frequently)
  • Beach areas - removal of litter, tide line debris and dead animals
  • Some Bus shelters

Removal of