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David Strange

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  • Comment on: Council aims to increase flats recycling by cutting collections

    David Strange's comment 20 August, 2018 9:16 pm

    Not many would object, to the objective, of increasing the level of recycling, but give city centre apartment residents a chance.

    The leaflet that MCC is sending out refers to both brown and green bins neither of which are available.

    Likewise, there is no provision to recycle perfectly recyclable PET plastic food containers, they can't be included in the plastic bottle bin (they are specifically excluded) and there is no provision for the recycling of carrier bags etc. If little Ceredigion Council can provide a leaflet detailing that it can collect plastic categories 1 to 6 and a host of other items from the kerbside why can't Manchester?

    And what pray, is to be done with large blocks of polystyrene, apart from living in West Wales it would appear that adding it the general wast is the only solution.

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