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What's the point in the bins if people are going to put their excess by the side? “Found the new scheme great. We now recycle more than ever.” Cara Hawtrey said: “The whole idea is to make people think about what packaging you buy, what you throw away and what you can recycle...easy”. Council figures show that, on average, 51 tonnes more recycling was collected per day during the Christmas period than over the same time last year. According to the council, thousands of households have got on board with the new rubbish collection service since it was introduced towards the end of last year. But Lib Dem Councillor Richard Samuel highlighted the ‘shocking’ situation of uncollected bin bags in Walcot, which he warns represents a health hazard to Bath residents. There are worries the piles could pose a health hazard Speaking at the Communities, Transport and Environment panel meeting yesterday evening, Cllr Samuel (Walcot) said: “The situation on London Road is pretty shocking. Yesterday morning I walked from the top of Walcot Street to the end of Grosvenor Place. “This stretch includes about 40 buildings, many converted into flats, and I counted 123 bags of uncollected rubbish, as well as many Christmas trees. “Some buildings had as many as 15 bags outside. This is certainly a health hazard for local residents.
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