|Put Your House Number on Your Caddy |
03 May 2012
Banbridge District Council is encouraging householders to put their house number on the black caddy that accompanies the green bin.
This will help collection crews, who handle quite a few at a time, to identify which caddy belongs to which household and make sure the correct caddy is placed back in the correct bin.
Simply paint your house number on your caddy or for a more professional finish, you can pick up self-adhesive numbers from your local hardware shop or pound store.
By doing this, you’ll simplify the task of keeping your caddy for glass bottles and jars together with your green bin when they are emptied.
The new kerbside collection scheme is proving to be a huge success in its first month of operation, with local households recycling significantly more waste than the most optimistic projections.
The Council would encourage local people to keep up the good work and continue to do all it can to help the district achieve a recycling target of 70%.
In the unlikely event that your household has not received a new green bin and inner caddy, you can still request one by contacting the Council.
Technical Services Department
Banbridge District Council
T: 028 4066 0604