If you want to dispose of large or heavy items which won’t go into your household waste bin, you can arrange for them to be collected separately. You can also amend or cancel your bulky waste collection online.
Book a bulky waste collection
Create an online services account or log in to your existing account to book your appointment for a pest control visit.
Use our online services to report an issue
Knowsley Council has introduced a range of measures to promote responsible dog ownership in the borough following feedback from the public. Dog control orders.
You can check the standards of hygiene at a wide range of food businesses to help you choose where to eat or shop for food. Food outlet hygiene ratings.
Japanese knotweed – also known as Fallopia japonica – is an invasive, non-native plant. Japanese knotweed.
There are two tips in Knowsley where you can dispose of a wide range of items. By taking your waste and unwanted goods to these tips, we can dispose of them appropriately and recycle wherever possible. Tips and recycling.
All about the air quality in Knowsley.
Following recent outbreaks of avian flu, new regulations have come into force which affect anyone who keeps birds, whether commercially, or at home.
Anyone who produces waste, including householders, has a duty of care under section 34 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 to ensure that it is disposed of properly and is only transferred to someone who is authorised to receive it. Find out more.
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