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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Council issues Reminder in Bin collections

Causeway council reminds all householders that they need households to leave their bins out the night before or no later than 7am on collection day.

A Council representative has said:

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“We are continuing to empty all black, blue and brown bins but over the coming weeks your bin may not be collected at the usual time.

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“If your bin isn’t at the kerbside when our crews are passing it may not be emptied later.

“Our crews are working hard to fulfill this vital service so please do what you can to assist them.

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“Residents are kindly asked to always clean the handles of their bin before and after collection.

“Once again, thank you for your continued co-operation.”

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