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Posted by: Roy Bartlett
Date/Time: 04/04/16 09:50:00

Now that we are all destined to be 'Wheelie Binned' I cannot find any mention of what fate awaits the familiar Green Boxes.  Will these be collected by the contractors on delivery of the 'Wheelies' or should they be the first item in the re-cycling bin as hard plastic.  Another option is to keep them indoors, pitch in the re-cycling items until a walk outside to the 'Wheelie' is justified.  That seems to be the sensible idea.    Failing all that I can visualise colonies of discarded boxes springing up around the streets as more litter.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Wheelie Bins04/04/16 09:50:00 Roy Bartlett
   Re:Wheelie Bins04/04/16 11:02:00 Philippa Bond
   Re:Wheelie Bins07/04/16 18:51:00 Nicolas Ozegovic
      Re:Re:Wheelie Bins08/04/16 13:52:00 Mark Kehoe
         Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bins08/04/16 13:53:00 Mark Kehoe
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bins08/04/16 13:55:00 Mark Kehoe
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bins08/04/16 13:58:00 Mark Kehoe
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bins08/04/16 13:59:00 Philip Coe
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bins08/04/16 22:35:00 Mark Kehoe
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bins18/04/16 15:15:00 Jim McCauley
   Re:Wheelie Bins15/04/16 10:07:00 Dr John Stolworthy D.Sc
   Re:Wheelie Bins17/04/16 22:59:00 Philippa Bond
      Re:Re:Wheelie Bins18/04/16 00:29:00 Debbie Edwards
         Re:Re:Re:Wheelie Bins18/04/16 13:13:00 Martin C. Harris
   Re:Wheelie Bins24/04/16 11:59:00 Mark Walker
   Re:Wheelie Bins29/04/16 10:35:00 Paul Cavanagh

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