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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Collections
Posted by: Philippa Bond
Date/Time: 28/01/15 11:22:00

There has been a promise of higher recycling for little or no effort with no political implications?

It is a power and control thing?

WE all know that they would be more successful if they  concentrated their efforts where information and education and/or solutions or fines and court proceedings are needed. Were they clever enough to include in the contract for any info that they crews have on this to be followed up on?  Or is this just a tick-box collection?

Waste arisings are still supposed to be declining so maybe they're afraid that there won't be anything worth having?

Wheelies still don't do the sorting for you and they do take some looking after!

Isn't there still talk of banning food waste from landfill...

The less that you make the easier it is to deal with!

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Wheelie Bin Collections03/01/15 18:17:00 Alex Marshall
   Re:Wheelie Bin Collections03/01/15 19:31:00 Jenn Irvine
      Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Collections04/01/15 02:13:00 Chris Blackwell
         Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Collections08/01/15 10:48:00 Rima Jones
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Collections28/01/15 11:22:00 Philippa Bond
               Wheelie bins later?28/01/15 17:15:00 Ken Munn
                  Re:Wheelie bins later?28/01/15 22:16:00 Steve Taylor
                     Re:Re:Wheelie bins later?28/01/15 22:36:00 Rima Jones
   Re:Wheelie Bin Collections29/01/15 12:13:00 Alison Neary
      Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Collections29/01/15 12:22:00 Dan Murphy
      Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Collections29/01/15 12:37:00 Ken Munn

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