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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by Tumble weed, Feb 11, 2020.
If I squash down...
Hmm is this a sneaky way of issuing bodybags ?
These bags are about as much use as a chocolate fire guard
Is it a bag for life?
Mine's just arrived.
Bagsy that bag.
Absolute crap aren't they. I've put one box in it, and it's full....
One gust of wind ( not me..) as I just walked down the drive, and empty house next door has had its blue bag blown from mat to here again.
Going to be fun next recycling day..
Is that it ? how cheap can this bloody council get
The bloody price went up this year.....
Have you started growing feathers now?
I don't suppose anyone can take a picture of what can go in the recycling bin leaflet I think the wife thrown it away
Here you go.
Thanks for that
How much room do they think I've got in my bloody kitchen
This is an early April Fools right? You’re pulling our collective leg?
They don’t really think that we can put cardboard in that?
Recycle your crisp packets, Pringle tubes, chocolate wrappers, toothbrushes and more via Tranquility / Roots on the Newport road, next to the shoe shed and raise funds for charity.
Took these there today, 2 boxes of crisp packets (about 15kg +) Chocolate wrappers and Pringle tubes all helping to raise funds for charity with nothing going to land fill.
I have just debagged an old dear.
Well, her upstairs and downstairs Henry vacuum cleaners, actually, and put new bags in. (Suitable precautions were observed). So that she now has something to occupy her for a couple of months isolation.
She is totally convinced that the 'refuge men' have instructed her that the old ones are to go in the blue bin, as she hasn't received her new recycling bag yet.
(They are in her green bin.)
Impact on Stafford Borough Council Services
Garden Waste Collections (brown bin) and special collections for large items are suspended - further information on Recycling and Waste
I spent half the day ramming stuff into mine - ah, well, it's a compost bin now.