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Household waste sites closed

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On Tue 24 Mar at 6:56pm Peterhs wrote:
I see the recycling sites have closed. Will the bin men collect bottles, cardboard and paper?
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On Tue 24 Mar at 8:14pm Sleeveless wrote:
Do you not have a recycling bin? that is where my bottles, cardboard and paper go every fortnight.
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On Tue 24 Mar at 8:19pm Peterhs wrote:
We have one for food waste, how do we get one for bottles, carboard, paper? We usually have so much garden waste I normally take it all to the tip together.
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On Tue 24 Mar at 8:54pm Sleeveless wrote:
I thought all LDC addresses got a recycling bin automatically. We used to have black boxes but now it is all collected in a mixed wheelie bin. These were “rolled out” to all addresses a couple of years ago.
Go online to the LDC site, I am sure there is a link where you can order wheelie bins. If I can find it, I shall post it on this thread.
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On Tue 24 Mar at 8:57pm Sleeveless wrote:
Here you go. You may need to create an account though. I have always found them very efficient.

Check it out here »
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On Tue 24 Mar at 9:22pm Tom Pain wrote:
I imagine a phone call to the cat's protection league might help, no wait a minute, there is someone else, it's on the tip of my tongue, umm..... Got It what about the council, I've heard they have something to do with that sort of thing,though I can't be certain.
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On Tue 24 Mar at 10:27pm Nevillman wrote:
Already covered above Tom by people trying to help. Maybe not properly reading posts again or trying to make someone look stupid. Well done Tom. You have succeeded in making someone look stupid.
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On Tue 24 Mar at 10:35pm Father Hackett wrote:
We can now expect a sharp increase in fly tipping.
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On Wed 25 Mar at 10:06am Formerly AC-T wrote:
I'm afraid we're going to have to have a bonfire. We have a big pile of prunings that are far too big to compost and we were waiting for them to get dry enough to take to the tip.
Then we had to self-isolate for 2 weeks and now it's too late.
I wonder if scrap men will start calling again? We're gradually acquiring quite a bit of other stuff for recycling, too.
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On Wed 25 Mar at 11:35am Tom Pain wrote:
Fair enough Nev, if my house catches fire I know I can rely on you for advice on who to call, knowing that you would never even insinuate that I might not be the sharpest knife in the drawer.
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On Wed 25 Mar at 1:44pm Nevillman wrote:
One is never as stupid as when you're trying to appear clever. Keep well Tom and keep posting.
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On Wed 25 Mar at 10:33pm Tom Pain wrote:
It's all a matter of degree Nev, a bit of leg pulling never hurt anyone. I know sometimes on the forum people get called morons, cretins, schmucks and other extremely insulting things but you never seem to get a bee in the bonnet about that. I'll go along to get along but if you'd pull your knife out of me a little we might get along better. I'm starting to get an idea of how this Symes character might feel, not that I've ever been on Facebook.
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On Thu 26 Mar at 7:12pm Nevillman wrote:
Come on Tom. You can't equate our banter with a knife stuck in you. You must admit it is a bit difficult understanding your point at times. I will try to be nicer now that l know you are a bit sensitive.
Sorry Tom. Even that came out more hurtful than I intended.


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