Midlothian Council Considers Smaller Bins to Catch Garden Waste Dumpers

Sunday, 9 December 2018 10:35:52 Europe/London

MIdlothian council are considering reducing the size of waste bins by half, or reducing waste collections to once per month to help crackdown on residents putting garden waste in their general waste bins, and due to costs they are set to introduce a £35 per year collection fee for garden waste.  

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Stoke-on-Trent Council Seize 200 Bins Left Out in The Street

Saturday, 8 December 2018 10:25:01 Europe/London

Over 200 wheelie bins have been confiscated in Stoke after they were left out in the street too long.  The council targeted 38 streets as part of their crackdown and the residents who lost their wheelie bins have to now call the council to retrieve them back.

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Wellington Council in New Zealand is giving over 40,000 residents free bin clips to help keep their recycling bins secure, this is due to complaints that their recycling bins getting blown over when it is windy which leaves the rubbish all over the street.

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Are Gull-Proof Bin Bags the Answer to Aberystwyth's Rubbish Woes

Tuesday, 4 December 2018 10:05:23 Europe/London

A council in Aberystwyth are set to trial seagull-proof bin bas to help tackle the problem of the gulls getting at the rubbish.  The local businesses are complaining about the rubbish being strewn across the city on the day of collection because of the gulls.  

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Portsmouth Residents Slam Council for Rigid Recycling Rules

Wednesday, 10 October 2018 09:18:15 Europe/London

Residents in Portsmouth have critcised a new wheelie bin scheme, the residents have said it hasn't done anything to increase recycling rates across the area, it was initinially introduced after a trial which the council said looked promising.  

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Liverpool Council Set to Tackle 'Rat Epidemic' Caused by Rubbish

Monday, 17 September 2018 10:25:53 Europe/London

People who ignore the rubbish rules that keep vermin away from bins are being targeted as part of the Liverpool Council's plans to deal with the cities rat epidemic.  A local councillor said that the rat problem stemmed from the poor quality housing and the poor condition of some of the city's alleyways.  

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Croydon Residents Petition Against Introduction of New Wheelie Bins

Friday, 14 September 2018 10:15:47 Europe/London

A group of neighbours are hoping that a petition they have started will convince the council that their new homes are not suitable for new wheelie bins .  Croydon council have said the move from boxes to wheelie bins is expected to increase recycling in the area.  

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Thirty Wheelie Bins are Stolen, Lost or Damaged in Wigan Every Day

Wednesday, 5 September 2018 14:11:01 Europe/London

In Wigan on a daily basis thirty wheelie bins are lost, damage or stolen, which the council are having to fit the bill for.  For this reason residents will now be charged £35 to receive a new bin which they say would cover the admin fee and delivery costs of the bin.  

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'All-In-One' Wheelie Bin Replaces Recycling Boxes in Northampton

Tuesday, 4 September 2018 15:20:34 Europe/London

Residents in Northampton are having their recycle boxes changed for an 'all-in-one' wheelie bin, with all residents due theirs by the 14th September and the new collection schedule set to start on the 17th.  

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Derbyshire Dales Council Considers Switching to Monthly Bin Collections

Friday, 31 August 2018 12:13:56 Europe/London

Yet another story about a council making cutbacks to waste collections, Derbyshire Dales Council is considering the change to monthly waste collections in a bid to save more money.   The council say that other councils are already doing this and it has boosted recycling in their area.  

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