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andrewleighcook
Jul-19-2007 @ 9:42 AM                           Permalink
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Hi as i live where we use two different types of Wastes Disposal Bags. A Black one is for Non Recycling Rubbish and we have an Orange Bag for Recycling as for putting Plastics / Cardboard / Cans / and Shredded Paper for Security. So what type of Disposal do you have on the Norfolk Broads? as to what i do at home can the Form advises please.

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great yarmouth borough is green bin for recycling and black bin for general waste.

waveney district council have three diferent wheely bins!!!

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South Norfolk has Black for general Green for recycling and Brown for Garden waste but you have to pay extra for a brown one because they would like you to compost if possible.

Note however that many of the rubbish sites by the rivers are classed as Industrial Waste and therefore are not segregated.

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)

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Aug-11-2007 @ 11:30 PM                           Permalink
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Hi Andrew,
At Ranworth Staithe we have a compactor for boat rubbish it all goes in,so the BA and WNCC. have no brownie points on recycling on that one.

Its a case of do what we say not do as we do.
but there is a bottle bank on the Maltsters car park.


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Aug-11-2007 @ 12:06 AM                           Permalink
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On our recent canal hols on the Shroppie and LLangollen we noticed that there was no effort to divide waste for recycling at the BW moorings, just big skips or several dustbins. So no brownie points there either for BW or the councils.
However our local council here in Lancs provide a separate bin from the wheelie for bottles, cans and plastics, a large sack for paper and cardboard, as well as providing us with a large garden composting bin with acommpanying (?) diddy kitchen bin for for waste destined for the composter, all free of charge! Must be a brownie point there!

John

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In Coventry we have a green wheelie bin for general use, a green wheelie with brown lid for kitchen/garden waste and a black box for paper. A bit of a joke really as it all gets mixed back up at the tip.

Has to be separated at source so the Council get their grant (while wasting our time on pointless activities

I still use the bins for their correct purpose, but do wonder why I am wasting my time.  Frown



Sue

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You know what?

This thread is a load of rubbish   Blush   -  Griff

One of these decades we WILL finish Broad Ambition !!

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Griff mate,
i may just TRASH your post.
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Oh WHEELIE you lot ought to BIN it!

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)

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Broadland DC - green bin for general, grey for recycle & brown (extra cost) for garden waste

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