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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Old rubbish bins
Posted by: Philippa Bond
Date/Time: 05/12/15 17:48:00

Since this contract must be to bring the boroughs in the WLWA into line with each other you are less likely to get takers from people in WLWA boroughs. 

However what about people in Hammersmith & Fulham?  They have just had a consultation and have decided to keep to a weekly collection.  They allow their residents protect their rubbish in an ordinary dustbin or a small wheelie and don't use the big wheelie lifting lorries.  How about advertising there?  They have a neighbournet website and freecycle.

Mind you there are some Councils who have gone back to other collections...  presumably as they found that the marketing didn't live up to the reality.  Statistics can be massaged or tortured.  If they don't make the promised savings - can they claim back the consultancy fees??

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Old rubbish bins05/12/15 11:15:00 Elizabeth Ross
   Re:Old rubbish bins05/12/15 11:23:00 David Marles
      Re:Re:Old rubbish bins05/12/15 11:44:00 Philippa Bond
         Re:Re:Re:Old rubbish bins05/12/15 17:48:00 Philippa Bond
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Old rubbish bins05/12/15 18:52:00 Anna Beck
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Old rubbish bins05/12/15 19:37:00 Carl Wynne
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Old rubbish bins05/12/15 20:16:00 Philippa Bond
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Old rubbish bins05/12/15 20:22:00 Elizabeth Ross
                     WBs update. The indecision continues05/12/15 20:36:00 John Todd
                        Re:WBs update. The indecision continues09/12/15 10:39:00 Rima Jones
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Old rubbish bins05/12/15 20:38:00 Claire Moran
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Old rubbish bins06/12/15 09:09:00 Philippa Bond

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