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Wheelie Bin Roundup 7th May

Stories in this weeks wheelie bin roundup include a new scheme in Glasgow which is set to replace smaller metal wheelie bins which leaves residents the possibility of having to drag bins down sets of stairs.  A man has been fined for illegally burning waste on his own land after investigation from the environmental agency, and finally Worcester residents are being told to keep wheelie bins locked away to avoid identity theft.  

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Transparent Wheelie Bins are Trialled in Australia

A council in Western Australia wanted to draw attention to how much waste we generate by giving 20 households transparent wheelie bins for 8 weeks.  The trial hopes to start a conversation about how residents can reduce the amount of waste generated just be recycling more. 

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 23rd April

This weeks wheelie bin news features stories including parts of Cornwall which could see the introduction of wheelie bins, residents in Christchurch having their wheelie bins set on fire by a serial arsonist and finally the cost of garden waste collections in Newcastle is set to double in price. 

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Ever Wondered Why Wheelie Bin Designs Differ Across the UK

Whilst you have been travelling around the country have you noticed that the wheelie bins differ in every location, the UK does not have a standardised colour one general waste and one for recycling.  There are many different reasons for this, with one being each council uses different waste collection companies.  

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London Flats Set to Vacuum Away Recycling Waste

A new development of flats in London are set to to have a new innovative design in which to dispose of their recycling.  Designed by Envac it will suck waste down the pipes at up to 44mph and will spell the end of the wheelie bins and dumped waste for the area.

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