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Batteries and electrical items pose a serious fire risk if they’re not disposed of properly.
Residents in West Lindsey have embraced the new twin recycling scheme, which separates paper and card from other recyclable material.
West Lindsey District Council has praised residents after a successful first week of purple-lidded bin collections!
Residents will start to present their new purple lidded bins containing only paper and cardboard at the kerbside in West Lindsey from Monday 18 April.
Residents in West Lindsey will get a new purple-lidded bin for clean paper and card collections in the next few weeks.
New posters have been installed in Gainsborough informing residents of the best times to present their waste.
West Lindsey District Council have released its opening and closing times across the district, for a number of services ahead of the festive season 2021.
Shoppers can park for free in Market Rasen and Gainsborough as they support local events and traders over the festive season.
New infection control measures, including the fitting of sensor taps and toilet flushes will be installed in public conveniences in Caistor, Gainsborough and Market Rasen.
A new recycling initiative which will see separate paper and card collections rolled out in the district has been ‘unanimously’ backed by councillors.