Wishaw residents fear rubbish will be overflowing as a result of the council’s changes to bin collections.
The new scheme will see a reduction in the number of bins collected and a change in what goes in bins.
Food and garden waste would be collected in a single bin, collected fortnightly, with other bins for paper and card, glass, metal and plastic and residual waste being collected every three weeks.
We took to the streets of Wishaw to get the public’s thoughts on the changes which are due to come into force in September.
Shotts couple William and Charlene Friar are worried they will even have to make even more trips to their local recycling centre than they do now.
William said:“This will affect us in a big way. We struggle just now with it being every fortnight.
“I find myself going to the tip in Shotts regularly at the moment.
“It’s not so bad for us because we live nearby and can nip down to it but it’s going to be difficult for young families who live quite far away and
Bins overflowing Patricia Kane