End to blue and orange bags as Derby City Council's cabinet confirms recycling changes
An overhaul of household recycling in Derby that will mean an end to controversial blue and orange bags was confirmed by the city council's cabinet on Wednesday night.
It means 80,000 new blue bins, 100 litres larger than those which homes already have, will be delivered across the city to be used for recycling glass, plastic, tins, paper and cardboard.
The council will spend £2.2 million from its capital budget on the new 240 litre bins which are set to be delivered from Monday onwards.
It says that the move will save £500,000 a year.
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