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Beware of the Phantom Bin Stuffers!

People who dump their rubbish in other people's bins are deliberately avoiding rubbish tip fees and fines, companies in the recycling sector have warned about this type of behaviour.  To add insult to injury the homeowner whos bin has been filled up may not have theirs collected due to overflowing.

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Could you Wheelie Start Your Own Bin Cleaning Business

With more and more councils looking to increase the amount of wheelie bins households are given, there may be a chance to build up a successful business in the bin cleaning industry.  It may take some time to build up a customer base but if you put in the graft needed, you could be taking home up to £5000 before expenses.

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 16th July

This weeks Wheelie Bin Roundup features stories about a thief facing jail term after he was caught trying to steal a safe in a wheelie bin, Bromsgrove and Redditch councils coming 4th in the list of most expensive garden waste collections, and finally Solihull has cost the council more than £85,000 so far due to faulty recycling bins.  

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Residents in Manchester Blockade Street with Wheelie Bins

Manchester residents have blocked several streets with their wheelie bins in protest at drivers parking on pavements, this is mainly because drivers are trying to avoid parking charges in the city centre, this is therefore causing a problem for buggies and people in wheelchairs to pass safely.

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Wheelie Bin News Roundup 2nd July

This weeks Wheelie Bin News Roundup include stories aboiut residents waiting for up to 2 months for replacement bins even if theirs is stolen, a burglar being arrested with a wheelie bin full of stolen goods and the second annual Refuse Championships raised over £20k for the Alzeimers Society

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Council Has to Buy New Lorries to Handle Wheelie Bins

A council in Leicestershire has been forced to hire bin lorries as the lorries they currently use are not equipped to collect the new wheelie bins.  The council have ordered new vehicles but they are not due until September, this was all down to trying to save money, the wheelie bins are costing £550,000 and should last 10 years whereas the bag recycling costs £360,000 per year.

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