Wheelie bins help keep your road clean
I WAS interested to read in the paper last week about all the people who are still against having a wheelie bin. Perhaps they, unlike me, have yet to receive theirs and find out how much it can make things better. I have only just received mine this wee
I WAS interested to read in the paper last week about all the people who are still against having a wheelie bin.
Perhaps they, unlike me, have yet to receive theirs and find out how much it can make things better.
I have only just received mine this week but I have already started to notice a difference.
There are no longer black bags up and down the street, but just neat and tidy wheelie bins.
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There is also no more rubbish in the street after the cats, foxes and vermin used to attack black bags and scatter the litter every everywhere.
I have lived in this borough for nearly 18 years now, but I wish the council had done this when I first moved here.
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I have never seen my street so clean and the rest of the area the same.
It is time that we here in Barking and Dagenham caught up with the rest of the country and enjoyed the kind of clean streets that these bins mean.