Well – they are going, going, gone – according to Your Waverley!
The bins, that were popular receptacles for recycling during lock-down when the borough’s recycling centres were closed, are going. In fact, some have already gone!
The so-called “Bring Sites’ are being phased out as the range of kerbside services widens.
WW cannot help wondering if we will all have to buy even more bins, or will everyone just stick their unwanted stuff in black bags or, even worse fly-tip? Surrey County Council is onto a winner here. It saves shedloads of money by either closing or reducing the opening hours of its CRC sites, and pushes the rubbish down the line to local councils to deal with?
Apparently, bin crews are dealing with much more rubbish – up around 14%. No surprise there then?
We are not eating out, we aren’t in our offices, our children aren’t at school we eat at home. So how do we produce less waste?