Monday 7 October 2002 9.59am
This morning, I took my weekly stack of newspapers, etc, to the recycling banks at Tooley Street
to find the banks completely full up.
Not just full up, but overflowing to the extent that people had left their newspapers, bottles, etc arranged in bags all around the recycling banks.
1. Why doesn't SouthwarK Council collect from the recycling points on a more regular basis?
2. If the recycle points are full and residents leave their bottles and paper next to the recycling banks, do the bottles, etc, actually get recycled? or do Southwark Council
's refuse department simply put them in their refuse trucks (thus negating the whole point of residents sending them to the recycling banks)?
Is there anybody else frustrated by this?