No change for majority

PUBLISHED: 07:11 28 September 2006 | UPDATED: 09:52 31 May 2010

My household has been washing out empty cans in our dishwasher for years before placing them in our former green box for recycling. Now that we have a green-lidded wheelie bin, that s where the cans go. It s effectively business as usual. Your corresponde

My household has been washing out empty cans in our dishwasher for years before placing them in our former green box for recycling. Now that we have a green-lidded wheelie bin, that's where the cans go. It's effectively business as usual.

Your correspondent complains about change, but really there is none, except for people who are slow to join the growing majority.

Cllr Alan Dean,

Uttlesford District Council


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