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  1. Janet Mills
    11/11/2011 @ 9:02 pm

    I wonder why the green bin has not been kept for cardboard and papers, and exclude food and garden waste. This seems more of a solution than what has been recommended. The food can be wrapped in newspaper, which the council are telling us cannot be put into the bin.If the blue bags get full, we are told we can use carrier bags, something which we are all being advised to use less of. Our bag wasn't collected until Tuesday, and one bag left out by someone was left altogether.I have a lot more cardboard and papers than I do garden waste or food. people won't be having much garden waste over the winter months will they?What do you think?Janet Mills

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  2. Anthony Mckeown
    13/11/2011 @ 5:35 pm

    Janet,The move to exclude carboard from the green bins, is an interim move prior to further changes that will happen early into next year – when plastics will also be collected from the doorstep.The reason it's been done this is way is due to a deadline from county on removing cardboard from the food / garden waste collection.This week they had some operation problems with the collection that delayed collection on the estate until Tuesday but they should have still collected all bags

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