On­dara digs up un­der­ground bins

Costa Blanca News (North Edition) - - NEWS -

On­dara's classy and costly un­der­ground bins are cre­at­ing a stink and are be­ing re­placed with old-fash­ioned wheeled con­tain­ers. Me­chan­i­cal prob­lems caus­ing a break­down in the sys­tem be­neath the sur­face mean the shiny metal waste and re­cy­cling bins, which are at­tached to un­der­ground tanks, are giv­ing off a pong – which de­feats their ob­ject. Wheelie-bins have been set up along with yel­low and blue re­cy­cling banks, the first for tins, plas­tics and car­tons and the sec­ond for pa­per and card­board, now sit in place of the sub­ter­ranean ver­sions on the C/ Dé­nia and C/ Sant Jaume. The un­der­ground bins have been re­moved al­to­gether, and it is not known whether they will be re­placed by new ones, or re­paired.

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