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It would seem odd to have the general refuse truck take 'green waste', the idea being to compost this waste for further use???

So many suppositions, DCorp are probably doing their best to handle their waste in the best economical and  environmental way posss???

When they don't do anything, then we can critisise!!!

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5 hours ago, quilp said:

Well it did take my street by surprise, everyone did what they normally do on a Monday night/Tuesday morning, they put their bins out, which indicates that the message was lost in the ether.

Between both my next-door neighbours, they have 7 kids, and 3 adults, every week their bins are full and occasionally accompanied by several black bags which the binnies take away (don't think the binnies are obliged but they do. Great bunch o'lads), how they'll manage on the 2-week collection, I don't know. 

Yes. That's a good point. They seem to think that reducing the collections is directly related to the amount of waste. It isn't. Its I'll thought out and very badly communicated. 

I cant believe that at my time of life I find myself how I am going to manage with no bin for the next 6 days. What a fiasco

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