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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


Posting to this moblog is simple, simply send an MMS containing an image or video to 07725202020 with your message and the word bin at the start of the message, then more info about your bin such as where it is located in the UK, how smelly is it, etc. Alternatively you can email your Bin pictures or video to:
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and they will appear here.

You can also add detailed info about your bin by posting user comments below your picture.

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25th May 2007, 12:19  

Julia says:

I posted this picture because I am unable to store my bin anywhere other than the street because I live in a terrace house built on a slope. Other people often put their rubbish in my bin. What can I do about this if the PAY AS YOU THROW begins; I will end up paying for other people's rubbish!

25th May 2007, 12:23

Dixon says:

Don't worry. Pat as you throw will not be introduced for a long time yet. English Law will have to be changed to enable councils to introduce this. As we all know, changing Laws in this country takes forever.

25th May 2007, 12:32

Tommy Welsh says:

JULIA in your street your bins have different colours,does this reflect the colour of the owners skins,and does the green one belong to Alan Titchmarch.
If it does can you get me his autograph

28th May 2007, 00:03

Julia says:

HA HA! Actually its obvious and does not need explaining! The grey are household waste, green is recycling and brown is garden waste!

30th May 2007, 13:47

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