Your views: Bins and illegal dumping
inorganic collections still exists but you need to book in for it during that time, the problem is you’re only allowed a small trailer load worth of inorganic rubbish, which isn’t much space to work with for the average household with a years worth of inorganic rubbish. Some people also need to stop being lazy and recycle more, and be more weary of the rubbish you accumulate. It’s our planet, we all need to take care of it. Not just keep creating tonnes of rubbish and expecting the council to always fix it lol. People need to take responsibility too.
That’s what happens when the inorganic is limited per household. An over flow of rubbish piles up everywhere. My house missed the inorganic this year because we didn’t see the advertising dates.
Illegal dumping is so, so not cool, there’s no excuse regardless. Inorganic pickup has changed but it still does happen yearly.
Helen Feiloakitohi: April Lemon:
Bring back the inorganics as they were.
In some parts of all of Auckland there is such poverty that rubbish and the
Jodi Johnston Jessie Maria:
environment is not on their agenda. In Papakura we pay for Rates and have to pay for a small individual red rubbish bags each week as well. Rubbish pick up and Inorganics should absolutely be free.
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