Bin Men Are Not Super Human In My Street

PUBLISHED: 16:42 02 October 2008 | UPDATED: 10:32 04 May 2010

IN response to Wendy Coulson s letter (Ely Standard September 18) regarding the Veolia Cleanaway workmen. For the past month I have been putting my recycling out early on Friday morning (fortnightly), only to arrive home in the evening to find the recycli

IN response to Wendy Coulson's letter (Ely Standard September 18) regarding the Veolia Cleanaway workmen.

For the past month I have been putting my recycling out early on Friday morning (fortnightly), only to arrive home in the evening to find the recycling still where I left it. I really try to help the environment and do my bit but it is obvious that Veolia are too busy around Mulberry Way in Ely being 'super-human'.

Anybody who truly believes these men are 'super-human' should come and have a look along Cannon Street in Little Downham on a Friday evening to witness what these 'super-humans' don't do.

I have tried to contact the office to air my grievances but obviously 'super-humans' don't believe in returning telephone calls either.

I have had no option but to just throw my recycling in the bin and just not bother.

LUCY GOODFELLOW

Cannon Street

Little Downham


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