Wheelie Bin Roundup

Should I Buy A Council Wheelie Bin?

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There are many scenarios where you might need a new wheelie bin. If your old one gets damaged, lost, or stolen. If you move into a new home and the former residents have taken the bin with them. Maybe you’re a property developer who’s converted a building into a residential property. But do you need to buy a council bin?

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 24th February

In this weeks' Wheelie Bin News a multi-millionaire in Cambridgeshire says he has created a ‘sleep pod’ for homeless people made from wheelie bins. A woman in Kidderminster was left baffled when she saw security camera footage of a binman throwing her entire wheelie bin into a rubbish truck and residents in the Lyndon area of Solihull say they are fed up of refuse crews leaving wheelie bins blocking the pavements or leaving them outside the wrong house after they have been emptied...

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 27th January

In this weeks' Wheelie Bin News Roundup be prepared to be impressed by the almost superhuman recycling efforts of a family in Cheltenham who only fill their wheelie bin ONCE per year! Plus Stratford District Council have come up with a rather bizarre way of catching homeowners who put garden waste in with their general waste...

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 11th November

In this weeks' Wheelie Bin News Roundup around 3000 homes across Northampton could move to fortnightly wheelie bin collections over the next few weeks. At this time of year, it might seem like appeals from the fire service and police fall on deaf ears, but it appears the warnings about not deliberately starting fires have got through to some people. Fire crews in Merseyside dealt with 40% less deliberately started fires than they did last Bonfire Night, according to figures and a couple in Northamptonshire got a big surprise when a bull broke into their property and decided to headbutt their wheelie bin, trample their lawn, do its business on their patio, and then took an hour-long nap...

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 28th November

In this weeks' Wheelie Bin News Roundup a couple in Leicester fined for leaving their wheelie bin in the street after collections have ended up being chased by the council for £1000 in costs after they didn’t pay the original fine. The annual charge for green waste collections in South Ribble, Lancashire will be reduced from £30 to £25 from April 2020 and it’s that time of year again, when fire services across the UK are having to issue warnings about nuisance wheelie bin fires...

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