Recycling scheme restarted

A NEW recycling scheme that will enable householders to recycle more of their household waste more easily, is being launched by Mid SuffolkDistrict Council on Saturday at Eye Town Hall from 9am.

A NEW recycling scheme that will enable householders to recycle more of

their household waste more easily, is being launched by Mid Suffolk

District Council on Saturday at Eye Town Hall from 9am.

This is the first date in the MSDC 'Recycling Roadshow', where Mid


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Suffolk residents will get a glimpse of the new 'twin-bins' which are

due to be introduced in April by 12,000 district householders before the

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system is introduced to all 37,500 households by October 2005.

Real Nappy representatives, a scheme promoting an alternative to ordinary disposable nappies, composters and Slim Your Bin information will also be available during the Recycling Roadshow. There are even prizes up for grabs.

Other venues included on the Recycling Roadshow are:

February 10th, Mendlesham Old School Rooms, 7pm

February 12th, Norton Village Hall, 7pm

February 13th, Occold Village Hall, 7pm

February 18th, Debenham High School, 7pm

February 21st, Great Blakenham Village Hall, 7pm

February 25th, Thurston New Green Community Centre, 7pm

February 26th and 27th, Old Newton Village Hall, 7pm

For more information call 01449 778678. Residents can also ask for advice

electronically at recycling@midsuffolk.gov.uk.

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