Domestic refuse, recycling
Cardiff Council collect general domestic waste and green bag recycled waste from Castle
There is not sufficient storage space
at Castle Court for the food waste recycling scheme offered by Cardiff
Green bags are
available from Cardiff Council - telephone 02920 872087 or visit www.cardiff.gov.uk to order green bags or to check which public buildings green bags can be collected from.
Green bags will be collected from the rubbish collection
areas located at Ground, First, Second, Third & Fourth floors
of each house at the same time as the general waste is collected
from these areas. Caretaking / security staff then place the green bags within designated
recycling bins within the bin storage area at Kenilworth House,
and the other rubbish in the normal waste bins.
There is also be a separate recycling facility for
large cardboard items – any resident requiring assistance
to dispose of large cardboard items should contact Castle Court
caretaker's office and arrange for the caretaker / security guard to collect the cardboard
and take it to the bin storage area.
Bulky items (including building materials)
Castle Court Freehold Limited is
only responsible for ensuring that normal domestic waste is collected
from Castle Court.
Residents needing to dispose of bullky items, building
materials, furniture, electrical items etc will need to make their
Residents have individual freedom of choice as to
whether they contact Cardiff Council (tel 02920 872000) or a private
contractor to dispose of such items. Not all items that residents may wish to dispose of would necessarily be items that Cardiff Council would be willing to collect.
Residents will need to keep such items within their
own flats (not on the balconies) until their arranged collection.
The caretaking / security staff at Castle Court are not allowed to book collections or move items for residents but may provide reasonable assistance with holding open communal doors etc for residents carrying items through these doors to reach a public highway collection point that has been agreed between the individual resident and Cardiff Council at the time of booking the collection.
Castle Court Freehold Limited does not have any space within internal communal areas or external communal areas or at front entrances to individual houses or at the the front entrance to the main bin storage area or anywhere else at Castle Court for items to be left for collection by Cardiff Council or private contractors.
Cardiff Council, not Castle Court Freehold Limited, is responsible for providing special
assistance to disabled residents who contact Cardiff Council to
book a collection of bulky items from their flats.