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Kitchen Bins, Size Matters

Bins in the kitchen are essential in the household, but if spaxe is limited it might be hard to determine which size bin you should look at.  For examp[le if you have a 240 litre wheelie bin at home for collection each week, you are producing just over 30 litres of waste per day so you would need a bin that could hold around 40-50 litres of waste.

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 12th November

This weeks Wheelie Bin News Roundup features stories including of a Dublin man who was caught with 200 Euros worth of drugs in which he stored inside a wheelie bin, a new system in Tendering lets residents check to see if they qualify for a wheelie bin under the new councils scheme, and finally 30 wheelie bins were destroyed by fire in a recycling plant in Beddington.

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Do You Wheelie Know the Building Regulations

With recycling increasing and residents having more and more wheelie bins and recycle boxes, this can be a problem for people who simply do not have the storage space. But do you know the building regulations when it comes to storing these items?

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Bristol Waste's Food Campaign is a Resounding Success

Bristol Waste Company have released their figures in relation to their 'Slim My Waste - Feed My Face' campaign, it has shown that there has been a positive effect on food recycling rates across the city and that iver 290 tonnes of extra food waste has been collected in the 10 weeks the campaign has been running.  

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Birmingham Housing Development Considered for Underground Bins

A new housing development in Birmingham may be getting new underground bins.  The new residents would have bins for general waste, compostable waste, recycling, paper and batteries in their homes and when they were due for emptying they would just dispose in the appropriate waste chute on the pavement. 

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