Ad­vice of­fered to help peo­ple with re­cy­cling

Evening Express (Extra Edition) - - READERS' LETTERS -

AM writ­ing in re­sponse

from to the letter MrSte­wartofLuther­muir re­gard­ing the lack of recy

vil­lage. cling fa­cil­i­ties in the

that I want to clar­ify

had to Aberdeen­shire Coun­cil

point re­move the re­cy­cling

LGV ac­cess re­ferred to due to

which were prob­lems at the site

con­trol. out­with the coun­cil’s

have been Since then, ef­forts

with the made in con­junc­tion

to find a com­mu­nity coun­cil

and for a short re­place­ment site,

inthe timethe­site­was­re­in­stated

this vil­lage, but un­for­tu­nately

so­lu­tion. was not a long-term

or anyHow­ever, if Mr Ste­wart

has one else in the com­mu­nity

for a fur­ther sug­ges­tions

we would be re­place­ment site

these. de­lighted to in­ves­ti­gate

letSe­condly, as Mr Ste­wart’s

in ter it­self states, house­hold­ers

a blue-lid­ded Luther­muir have

a va­ri­ety of re­cy­cling bin for

news­pa­per prod­ucts in­clud­ing

leaflets,grey pa­pers,mag­a­zines,

white card and pack­ag­ing,

cat­a­logues, so it en­velopes and

they have “no is un­true to say re­cy­cling fa­cil­i­ties”.

not have If any res­i­dents do

Ibin they a pa­per re­cy­cling

the Waste­line on should con­tact

one will be 0845 600 3 900 and sup­plied free of charge. Fur­ther­more, if any house

can­not man­age holder feels they

al­so­con­with­onebintheyshould tact the Waste­line

for ad­vice and as­sis­tance – there are oc­ca­sions are per­mit­ted when ex­tra bins

up, this is and will be picked

ba­sis. as­sessed on an in­di­vid­ual Pam Walker

Man­age­ment Prin­ci­pal Waste Of­fi­cer Aberdeen­shire Coun­cil

as­sis­tance with WASTE: Ad­vice and

res­i­dents. re­cy­cling is on of­fer for

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