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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey
Posted by: Philippa Bond
Date/Time: 03/07/15 13:34:00

Yes I think we would all have liked that!

They could also have asked how residents suggested they improved the recycling rates. They could have asked about the landlords who don't provide adequate bin space indoors or outdoors. If you walk along the street on waste and recycling day you can tell which properties are having difficulty organising and protecting and using the facilities already provided for waste and for which Council Tax payers are paying.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 13:30:00 Jenn Irvine
   Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 14:36:00 Andy Pease
   Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 14:36:00 Peter Milligan
      Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 14:43:00 Julie Morse
         Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 14:55:00 Richard Jennings
         Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 15:16:00 Carl Wynne
   Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 15:21:00 Richard Jennings
      Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 15:38:00 Philippa Bond
         Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 17:55:00 Richard Jennings
      Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey02/07/15 15:38:00 Rima Jones
         Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey03/07/15 12:38:00 Philippa Bond
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey03/07/15 12:55:00 bobby osborne
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey03/07/15 13:34:00 Philippa Bond
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bin Survey03/07/15 15:09:00 Philippa Bond

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