Community Waste Awareness
Community Waste Awareness
Information on roadshows and events throughout West Lothian
The Waste Team attends free, local roadshows and events throughout West Lothian. The roadshows and events provide waste minimisation and recycling information for residents. Information Leaflets and fun activities for children are available to residents as well as recycling questionnaires to gather public feedback on West Lothian recycling services.
We are on hand to answer questions and discuss the following recycling services:
- Brown/blue recycling bins
- Grey refuse bins
- Food Waste Service
- Community Recycling Centre
- Glass Recycling
- Recycling on the Go
- National reuse and reduction campaigns
Please join the West Lothian Council Facebook and Twitter pages for up to date information.
Community Waste Talks
Talks are available to community groups to discuss waste minimisation and recycling topics and the recycling services provided by West Lothian Council. Topics covered include:
- What can be recycled in West Lothian
- What happens to recycled materials once West Lothian Council collects it
- Waste and recycling legislation
Each talk can be tailored to suit your group's time and information requirements. The Waste Team can travel to your group and provide all presentation equipment and information.
- Please email the Waste Team using the email firstname.lastname@example.org
A range of leaflets are currently being developed to provide residents with information about the recycling services available in West Lothian. Please download the electronic versions below.
- Recycle using your blue bin - Visual aid [2Mb]
- Recycle using your brown bin - Visual aid [2Mb]
- Recycle using your food caddy - Visual aid [1Mb]
- Recycle using your local glass recycle point - Visual aid [2Mb]
- Brown Bin Content Information Poster [111kb] (Please download the poster or request the A5 adhesive bin sticker by contacting email@example.com)
- Reducing Landfill [901kb]
- Food Waste Guide [977kb]
- Blue Bin Contents Poster [903kb] (please download the poster or request the A5 adhesive bin sticker by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org)
Joanne joined the Bathgate Brownies and Rainbows for some fun Reduce, Reuse, Recycle activities.
Bathgate Brownies and Rainbows The recycling bean bag game was a firm favourite and everyone enjoyed reusing newspaper to make paper pots to plant seeds. The food waste games encouraged everyone to think about the food they throw out at home and 'goodie bags' containing recycled products were given to every Brownie and Rainbow.