Monthly Archives: June 2011

Wheelie bins, essential in coastal locations

14 Jun 2011 by admin in categories Articles | Be the first to comment here.

In many rural areas of the UK, predominantly remote villages, wheelie bins are not provided by councils for every household and residents usually put their rubbish out in sealed black bags, a few hours before collection is due. Whilst in some geographical settings this might work out just fine, in any settlement located on the [...]

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Household bin auditing, just another type of ‘study’

14 Jun 2011 by admin in categories Articles | Be the first to comment here.

Whereas school rubbish audits might have an educational finality by teaching pupils to sort the waste and recycle, household rubbish auditing undertaken by councils is an entirely different matter. As first reported by the Mail Online three years ago, in Lancashire, people’s wheelie bins were ransacked through by council employees, this time not for fear [...]

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