This week's Wheelie Bin News Roundup features a story about a family in Nuneaton who have started their own recycling plant right on their driveway! Also, residents in Eastbourne are set to get a free extra green wheelie bin to encourage them to recycle more of their household waste and businesses in Taunton town centre are kicking up a stink about bins bags being torn open by hungry seagulls...
Somerset County Council is set to spend £118,000 on stickers for people to put on their bins as part of the ‘Slim My Waste, Feed My Face’ campaign. The campaign aims to get people to keep food waste separate from non-recyclable waste.
In this weeks' Wheelie Bin News Bristol council are set to crack down on households that have more than one black wheelie bin. Ordinarily, residents can have more than one in exceptional circumstances, but some households have managed to get extra bins regardless. A fed-up resident in Sydney has scrawled expletives all over their bin after getting so fed up of their neighbours using it and there have been calls in Norwich for the council to fine anyone who leaves their bins out on the pavement for too long...
Never mind billboards and bus shelters, the latest lucrative advertising space is on wheelie bins...
This week's Wheelie Bin News Roundup features stories from Hull City Council who has posted CCTV footage on YouTube of a man emptying the contents of a bin onto the ground in the street in the hopes of identifying him. Developers of new housing in Nuneaton and Bedworth could be asked to pay for or buy their own wheelie bins for residents to help reduce the cash-strapped council’s spending and Police in South Ayrshire are looking for a suspected arsonist who placed a wheelie bin up against the door of a property near Dundonald town centre and set fire to it.
Snowmen, Christmas trees, pillows, and underwear might sound like a particularly unusual sale at Next, but it’s actually some of the rubbish that was left behind in the backstreets of Newcastle after students from the City’s two universities moved out for the summer.
This weeks' Wheelie Bin News Roundup features stories about MOD military science files being found dumped in a wheelie bin in North London, residents in Milton Keynes are to be asked for their views on replacing black rubbish sacks with wheelie bins and find out what happened when a woman from Newcastle was told by her friend during a shopping trip that she’d look gorgeous in a bin bag!
South Gloucestershire Council is handing out £200 fines to anyone who is caught putting any items that could be considered household rubbish into public bins.
If you’ve sweltered in the heat in the last few days, you might have treated yourself and the kids to an ice lolly, and while they’re certainly a delicious treat, they often come with a plastic wrapper that can’t be recycled, and that just ends up in the bin or as litter, especially if you’re out and about.
A Bexley Council report has revealed that a no-deal Brexit could result in delays in delivering new wheelie bins and a jump in costs.