If I tie up my wheelie bin to stop it blowing away, does anyone know if the bin men will be re-tying wheelie bins back up to stop them blowing away ?
Or will I find my bins halfway down the road when I come home?
Who is liable for any damage caused by flying wheelie bin, the householder or council?
I notice that they bring this latest scheme out in the Spring when wind dying down.
Is this so when problems occur with the wind, they the council can say it has been working fine for last 7 months they can ignore the issue when gales really start to pick up again in October.
No - unless you use a bungee cord, they won't have time to untie and retie hundreds of wheelie bins daily.
You won't if you use a bungee cord, free and supplied with it.
You, it's your bin. You don't have to accept the bin, but you do have to recycle. If it is clear you are not recycling your waste will not be collected.