So Much Easier To Have Wheelie Bins

PUBLISHED: 12:26 19 August 2008 | UPDATED: 10:29 04 May 2010

I TOTALLY agree with your comments on rubbish collections in this area and the comments on the letters page, all in a similar vein.  East Cambs seem to be making life hard on themselves!  How much easier to have three wheelie bins BUT to be told exactly w

I TOTALLY agree with your comments on rubbish collections in this area and the comments on the letters page, all in a similar vein. East Cambs seem to be making life hard on themselves! How much easier to have three wheelie bins BUT to be told exactly what recycling items to be put in each bin. For example, this morning; black bags, clear bags and brown bags just tossed anywhere - drives, footpaths, and gardens - all blowing about. Black boxes tossed around the same. I saw one refuse collector throw one at least eight feet in the air to land on the grass. I presume they soon get split and have to be renewed. Then, of course, there is all the rubbish spilled out on the roads (not to be cleared up by them). It have picked up items this morning after their collections.

Come on East Cambs, get your act together. There are a few of us out there who could guide you down the right road.

DIANA WORDSWORTH

Aldreth


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