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The reduction in rubbish collections has caused public outrage in Britain. Over 150 councils are switching from weekly to fortnightly refuse collections. Will this improve recycling rates as the government has claimed or will it result in mounting piles of rubbish, putting our health at risk?

Binwatch wants to see your bins! Are they overflowing with rubbish? Attracting local vermin? Or perhaps the new system is resulting in a greener approach to your rubbish disposal.

Send us your bin stories, photos and videos - good or bad!

’Dispatches: Bin Wars’ is on Channel 4 on Mon 24th May at 9pm


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Pembrokeshire council kindly issued everyone with these composting bins a
few months ago. Most of the bins in our area were used as toys by kids then
left, broken and unusable, in the usual flytipping areas.
The council also provide black binbags for household rubbish and orange bags
for recyclable rubbish, though we did have a period recently of about 3
months where the orange bags were unavailable.
The bags are left on doorsteps for kids to steal and rolls of recycling bags
can be found in many hedgerows if you run short...
Collections are weekly for both general and recycled rubbish.

posted by parabolichobo

10th May 2007, 09:11  

FilbertFox says:

i like making compost

24th May 2007, 16:07

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