Where will the council save if most return bins?
I HAVE just signed the petition against the proposal to introduce the £40 brown bin "tax".
As a keen gardener, my brown bin is always full, year round, with non-compostable waste such as raspberry canes, hedge cuttings and perennial weeds.
If necessary, I will pay the £40 as that will be a cheaper for me than running to the tip twice a week.
I suspect most people will simply return their brown bin to the council.
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Quite frankly, I cannot understand where the council expects to make any saving.
If only a small number of people keep their bins, the council is still obliged to empty them and must provide the employees and equipment to do so.
I really do not think the council has thought this through and should listen to the people of Derby.
Peter J Newton