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Bin collection calendars wrong

BIN collection calendars that were received by residents in the mail last week should be ignored.

The calendars for both areas A and B contain printing errors and may be incorrect.

Coffs Coast Waste Services Hotline apologises for the error in the waste collection kits.

The kits contained the erroneous bin collection calendar, a kerbside bulky goods collection guide and collection dates, and a community survey.

Corrected collection calendars for both areas can be downloaded from www.coffscoastwaste.com.au.

Alternatively residents can contact the Coffs Coast Waste Services Hotline for free by ringing 1800 265 495 to have a new calendar mailed to them.

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