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recycling mistakes run up £265,000 bill in sunderland

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https://www.sunderlandecho.com/lifestyl ... nd-3526587

Should make the information on the packaging more clear then.


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Re: recycling mistakes run up £265,000 bill in sunderland

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Maybe another bin would help but I have two.


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Re: recycling mistakes run up £265,000 bill in sunderland

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Sunderland Nut wrote: 15 Jan 2022, 13:48 Maybe another bin would help but I have two.
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Haway man we can't keep having bins because some people have a blue, green and a brown bin.


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Re: recycling mistakes run up £265,000 bill in sunderland

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There should be more communal bins for recycling.
Supermarket car parks should be required by law to provide more recycling bins.
They could even place them at the bottom of your street as long as they are not an eyesore.


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Re: recycling mistakes run up £265,000 bill in sunderland

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Nockya wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 13:38 There should be more communal bins for recycling.
Supermarket car parks should be required by law to provide more recycling bins.
They could even place them at the bottom of your street as long as they are not an eyesore.
Why don't they put recycling bins next to the current ones, wherever they are around the city? They're either serious about protecting the future of the planet or it's all hot air


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Re: recycling mistakes run up £265,000 bill in sunderland

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I was told that all your rubbish gets mixed up anyway and it's the councils that don't take recycling seriously.


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Spider wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 17:18 I was told that all your rubbish gets mixed up anyway and it's the councils that don't take recycling seriously.
I don't think they put their heart in it because at the recycling centre it gives the percentages of recycled waste each month and some have been as low as 50% in the past.


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Re: recycling mistakes run up £265,000 bill in sunderland

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Mawsey wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 22:39
Spider wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 17:18 I was told that all your rubbish gets mixed up anyway and it's the councils that don't take recycling seriously.
I don't think they put their heart in it because at the recycling centre it gives the percentages of recycled waste each month and some have been as low as 50% in the past.
Must be great paying council tax for a service and they do it half 🐴d.

Any chance of getting a rebate, seeing as they don't do their jobs properly?


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Mawsey wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 22:39
Spider wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 17:18 I was told that all your rubbish gets mixed up anyway and it's the councils that don't take recycling seriously.
I don't think they put their heart in it because at the recycling centre it gives the percentages of recycled waste each month and some have been as low as 50% in the past.
I've noticed those posters at the entrance and wondered why they can't do 100%.
They tell us where to put metal, wood, clothes etc so why can't it be 100%?


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Re: recycling mistakes run up £265,000 bill in sunderland

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I like the idea of more communal bins but space is at a premium in the built-up areas of Sunderland.


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