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PostSubject: Brown bin collection   Sat Jun 23, 2018 7:27 pm

Is this the thin end of the wedge? First they started charging for bulky uplifts and now for garden waste.
Will they be charging for food waste next? I wonder how many will start using their grey bins instead or
will it encourage more fly tipping?


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PostSubject: Re: Brown bin collection   Sun Jun 24, 2018 6:27 pm

time tae buy shears in concret slabbs
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PostSubject: Re: Brown bin collection   Sun Jun 24, 2018 8:27 pm

Coming soon after they start charging for brown bins, there will be contactless card readers on all pedestrian crossings so you have to pay to cross safely. Also coming at the same time will be coin meters on streetlights - if you don't pay they will go out. The big money earner though is going to be a 5 charge on Twitter and Facebook for any posts and comments which complain or criticise the council so take care or it could prove costly.
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