Handy bin collection cards - get binned

JON SAVAGE PHOTOGRAPHY 07762                     www.jonsavagephotograsphy.com''DAVID FOX FROM BROOMHOUSE WHO IS COMPLAINING LOCALLY ABOUT HIS COUNCIL BIN COLLECTION. REFUSE WORKERS ARE REFUSING TO EMPTY BINS WHICH ARE LITERALLY AN INCH OPEN.  DAID SAYS IF THE LID OF THE WHEELIE BIN IS NOT COMPLETELY CLOSED THE BINS ARE NOT BEING EMPTIED.  THE COLLECTIONS ARE EVERY TWO WEEKS AND IS RESULTING IN LITTER BEING STREWN AROUND THE AREA.
JON SAVAGE PHOTOGRAPHY 07762 www.jonsavagephotograsphy.com''DAVID FOX FROM BROOMHOUSE WHO IS COMPLAINING LOCALLY ABOUT HIS COUNCIL BIN COLLECTION. REFUSE WORKERS ARE REFUSING TO EMPTY BINS WHICH ARE LITERALLY AN INCH OPEN. DAID SAYS IF THE LID OF THE WHEELIE BIN IS NOT COMPLETELY CLOSED THE BINS ARE NOT BEING EMPTIED. THE COLLECTIONS ARE EVERY TWO WEEKS AND IS RESULTING IN LITTER BEING STREWN AROUND THE AREA.

When the kerbside recycling system was introduced, households were given cards with two year’s information on the day each bin went out.

These are near the end of their lives, but are not to be renewed.

Householders can now find the information on Angus Council website’s Find Your Collection Day.

Enter your post code or street and you’ll see details of kerbside recycling dates, among other information.

Communities convener, councillor Donald Morrison said: “Current bin collection calendars are about to expire. New ones are now available via the council website.

“Everyone can now find details about their own bin day at the push of a button. You’ll be able to view and, if you wish, print a calendar.”

The next collection date for each container is displayed prominently for the specified address, without the need to open a calendar.

Calendar information also comes in three different accessible ways. The first way is to click on your calendar to display a rolling year. Alternatively, there is a calendar comprising symbols for people with colour blindness and who might find the standard calendar more difficult to read. And there is a text only calendar, which is aimed towards the visually impaired who may have a text reader to assist them.

Anyone who needs further information can contact the ACCESSLine on 03542 777 778.