The person in charge of Birminghams waste collections have been accused of introducing a tax on people who require help putting their wheelie bins out.  He has ordered a full review of the residents who currently have assistance with their wheelie bins, he says they need to check if they still live at the address and whether they still need help.  

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Cash-Strapped Families Will Have to Pay for Replacement Bins

Thursday, 21 June 2018 10:16:14 Europe/London

Cheshire Council are trying to save around £300,000 per year which includes wheelie bin delivery costs adding up to around £60,000 per year, this is forcing families to pay £35 for new and replacement wheelie bins, this includes if they have their wheelie bin stolen.  

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Accrington Councils have reassured residents about the roll out of a new recycling scheme which is causing confusion, in replacement of their bag and box system, residents have now received wheelie bins in which to place their recycling in.  

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Cambridge City Council are targeting residents who leave their bins out in the street for too long, the council are planning to use red stickers on offending bins to encourage residents to be more thoughtful to others when leaving their bins out.  

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Stirling Council have unveiled proposals for a new city centre waste collection, instead of bins only being collected they will now collect sacks as well.  Another option the council is looking at is the collection of business and domestic waste together. 

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Antrim and Newtonabbey Borough Council Roll Out Wheelie Box

Friday, 16 March 2018 09:53:01 Europe/London

12,000 homes in the Antrim and Newtownabbey areas of Northern Ireland have received a new wheelie box, with the aim to encourage people to recycle more at home, it consists of 3 boxes and comes with wheels and a handle.  They have also received a smaller bin to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill.

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Highland Council Remove Unwanted Bins

Wednesday, 29 November 2017 10:34:19 Europe/London

Highland council introduced a scheme a while ago where they were going to charge residents £30 for the collection of garden waste, and now they are collecting back the unwanted bins from households that do not want to pay the charge, the residents say that it would increase flytipping in the area because they feel it should be incorporated in the council tax.  

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Residents in the Shetland Islands have been in talks with employees from Zero Waste Scotland to alleviate concerns that many have about the new recycling scheme.  Councillors voted to issue every household 2 240 litre wheelie bins as part of a new plan to introduce kerbside recycling. 

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West Oxfordshire Gets New Wheelies

Monday, 10 July 2017 11:36:19 Europe/London

Another day another change by a council, residents of Oxfordshire are going to receive new wheelie bins for recycling, but they are not replacing the recycle boxes, collections will now change from weekly to fortnightly.  

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Sutton Council Say Goodbye to Wheelie Bins

Friday, 10 March 2017 14:00:00 Europe/London

The residents of Sutton are going to be saying goodbye to their wheelie bins, the Sutton Council have voted to begin working with Veoila to try and raise recycling rates in the area.  With this move the council are hoping to increase the recycling to over 40% within 12 months, and will save the council almost £11 million.  

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