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  • #240135

    wrexview
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    The strike has shown us all the important work done by the council staff who collect our bins. Having visited the recycling site on the Wrexham industrial site, you are now allowed to put food waste in compostable bags into the green waste skip, along with your garden cuttings. This is only during the strike’s apparently.

    #240136

    AMA Express
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    “The strike has shown us all the important work done by the council staff who collect our bins.” I wonder how they think that this will help their cause ? They’re just alienating their ‘supporters’.

    #240187

    BenjaminM
    Participant

    Rather a mixed message there AMA. What is the point of taking strike action if it doesn’t have some impact? In the private sector, it can affect profits. In the public sector it can affect services.
    Reading between the lines, I think you are saying ….I’m in support of the industrial action……..as long as it doesn’t affect me!!

    #240226

    AMA Express
    Participant

    If I thought that, I’d say it. I guess you failed your psychology degree.

    #240232

    Maureen Gray
    Participant

    While I do support the action, I hope they catch up soon BUT not by getting overtime to do so.

    #240615

    wrexview
    Participant

    Weather warning issued with blustery conditions forecast for Wrexham

    No chance of an empty green bins around here being blown over , they are well anchored full of garden waste slowly decomposing, and unlikely be be emptied anytime soon.

    #240694

    Ioan y Ffin
    Participant

    What the strike has revealed is how much waste some households in Wrexham produce! Some people’s carbon footprint would outsize even that of your typical American whose negative environmental impact on the planet is well known. Alcohol consumption levels at home are very visible too.

    #240755

    AMA Express
    Participant

    Not that you’re being judgemental, of course.

    #240756

    WreX-iT
    Participant

    “Some people’s carbon footprint would outsize even that of your typical American whose negative environmental impact on the planet is well known. Alcohol consumption levels at home are very visible too.”

    Can you let us know where you got your facts from please loan?
    Has someone been through our bins AND the bins of America and do you have examples of the families please? We can name and shame these people and don’t start me on alcohol … who can afford it thanks to the Welsh Government?

    Look forward to your evidence – iechyd da

    #241258

    Wrexham ITK
    Participant

    I wonder whether the Council will use the currently enforced three-weekly general waste and recycling cycle as a trial of a potential permanent move to this

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