Wheelie Bin Roundup 6th November

Friday, 10 November 2017 10:32:59 Europe/London

The theme at this time of year is the spike in wheelie bin arson, fire services all around the country have released advice around safety and how to prevent arson, they are keen to spread the message because putting out needless fires wastes emergency services time when they should only be attending emergencies only.

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Wheelie Bin Roundup 23rd October

Saturday, 4 November 2017 12:01:21 Europe/London

One of the stories causing outrage this week is from Sunderlands City Council, a pensioner had 3 of his wheelie bins stolen and set on fire in his local area, despite the fire service being called out he has been told he would have to pay £25 for each bin that was stolen and they would not even let him pay in installments, despite their policy of if your wheelie bin has been stolen with proof the charges would not apply. 

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Wheelie Bin Roundup 9th October

Monday, 9 October 2017 11:26:53 Europe/London

One of the nicer stories to arise in recent weeks regarding wheelie bins, Veolia stepped in to help 2 visually impaired women in Sutton by drilling holes in different bins so they could tell which bins were which.  Veolia were contacted originally by the sisters after the new introduction of wheelie bins and that they would not be able to tell the difference when it comes to recycling.  

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Wheelie Bin Roundup September

Thursday, 5 October 2017 13:09:15 Europe/London

Some of the main stories this month feature a council threatening to issue fines for people who put their bins out too early, or leave them out for prolonged periods of time, firefighters attending a scene in Crewe where 3 wheelie bins were on fire and commercial bins being blame for blighting the streets of Swansea.

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Wheelie Bin Arson: A Depressingly Common Crime

Friday, 29 September 2017 09:55:48 Europe/London

One of the most common crimes regarding wheelie bins is arson, especially when the nights cut in towards halloween and bonfire night, every year the Police and Fire Brigade issue guidance on how to keep your wheelie bin safe especially when 1% of crime in the UK is arson, this may seem low but that is still over 375,000 incidents per year.  

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 25th September

Tuesday, 26 September 2017 09:40:54 Europe/London

Wheelie bin stories are usually along the same lines but this weeks stories include a wheelie bin that was strapped to the back of a getaway car with £2500 worth of stolen goods from a driveway.  

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Wheelie Bin Roundup 11th September

Thursday, 21 September 2017 13:36:00 Europe/London

Our wheelie bin news this week includes the big story coming out of Wigan where residents are being told if they leave their bins out overnight they are facing the possibility of a fine, as well as the possibility of your wheelie bin being removed if it is not clearly marked with the house number.  

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Wheelie Bin Roundup 28th August

Friday, 1 September 2017 10:48:53 Europe/London

Good job for CCTV footages in refuse lorries, a refuse collector was threated with a weapon after the workers refused to collect his waste due to hypodermic syrings were found in his wheelie bin, this was all caught on the back of CCTV and as a result went to court.  

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Wheelie Bin Roundup 1st August

Friday, 18 August 2017 12:16:40 Europe/London

A take a look at this weeks wheelie bin stories features an inventor who has made a bike trailer out of a wheelie bin, and one of the bigger stories including a new type of bin system which has eliminated the need of 9000 wheelie bins.  

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Wheelie Bin Headlines July

Monday, 31 July 2017 15:18:46 Europe/London

July has throw up some interesting stories in the world of wheelie bins, none other than a man using a wheelie bin to fill up with rugs he had stolen from an Argos store in Belfast, twice on the same day!!  His solicitor says it was all to fund his opiate addiction.  

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