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Street Care and Cleaning

The Council maintains the cleanliness and tidiness of streets and street furniture.

Don't rubbish Fife. Check who you pay to take your rubbish away

Flytipping, or illegal dumping, impacts on people’s health, wildlife and our environment. We know that most people want to keep fife clean. That’s why we’ve launched our ‘Don’t Rubbish Fife’ campaign.

Please help stop illegal dumping by reporting it www.fife.gov.uk/illegaldumping

Check who you pay to take your rubbish away

Use a registered waste carrier if you’re paying someone to dispose of waste:

  • Check SEPA's registered waste carriers list online - www.sepa.org.uk/wastecarriers
  • Or ask to see their waste carrier’s license
  • Ask what’s going to happen to your rubbish
  • Make sure you get a receipt.

Reuse, reduce and recycle

There are a range of cost-effective and safe ways to get rid of waste responsibly or