Archive for September, 2011
CROYDON Council has rejected the government’s cash incentive to scrap its new fortnightly bin collection scheme. Communities Secretary Eric Pickles announced today that £250million will be made available to help councils inn England keep or restore weekly bin collections.
Q. Having lived through an earthquake and then numerous rainstorms, I now am facing another challenge. While cleaning up some minor flooding in the basement, I heard some rustling around a big box of books in a corner. I expected to find a mouse, but instead saw a snakeskin. What should I do?
A RECYCLING champion has welcomed the changes to bin collections, which are due to be rolled out next week. Nigel Holmes, wife Catriona and their two children have just received their new green recycling bin and are keen for the new regime to
Starting this week, Germantown residents will begin using new, one-size-fits-all roll carts for their recyclables. Residents will no longer have to separate paper from plastic or aluminum in the rectangular plastic bins. All recyclable materials can go into the new 35-gallon
WILKES BARRE, Pa., Sept. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — ShurSave grocery store shoppers throughout northeast PA will now find Plastic Pennies recycling plastic bins near the checkout area. Unlike traditional recycling programs
Eventually, chances have you been’ll get to understand which you have a particular quantity of your belongings overflowing from closets and wardrobes. This indicates its about time which you arranged right down to de-clutter your factors and begin arranging them
School has arrived, and while you may be excited to start classes and make new friends, there’s one thing you may not be so excited about: your tiny dorm room. Some of you may be used to sharing a small room with someone, but for most of us, college means
For years now, people in Northampton have clamored for a place to bring their unwanted items that someone else might find a use for, a kind of swap spot or give-and-take area that many communities offer at landfills or transfer stations.
Driveway collection of hazardous waste will begin this fall in Windsor Heights as part of a new recycling pilot program being studied by Metro Waste Authority. All residents in the city will be able to sign up at City Hall to participate in the collection
For maintaining cleanliness in trains and the station premises, Indian Railways has launched a Catering Waste Management System. The new system sets the procedure for collection and disposal of waste arising out of pantry car services and
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