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Brown Bin Collections to be Suspended Until March to Cut Costs

Brown Bin Collections to be Suspended Until March to Cut Costs

513 days ago
Brown bin collections to be suspended until March to cut costs. GARDEN waste collections will be suspended in the winter months to save £50,000 a year. North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC) had announced that brown bins for garden waste will not be collected in the winter months of December, January and February. The final collection day is Friday, November 29, and the service will resume on Monday, March 3.Councillor Ray Oxby, NELC portfolio holder for environment, said the authority has "significant budgetary challenges to face" and that the... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

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