Changeover countdown



REMEMBER that next week marks the start of Stage One of the new Coffs Coast Waste Service.

Coffs Harbour and Nambucca residents will use their old bins for the last time on their usual collection day during the week of November 21.

Once the old bins have been emptied, please leave them out for removal. The old bins will not be wasted, they will either be recycled or sold to other councils. Residents can then start using their new bins and the first collection will occur on your usual collection day in the week of November 28.

Old bins in Bellingen, where residents own their bins, will not be collected but residents should start to use their new bins after their collection during the week of November 21.

The new bins will be emptied on the usual collection day during the week of 28 November.

Coffs Harbour households received three, 240-litre wheelie bins: Yellow lid bin for recy- clable items

Green lid bin for green- waste

Red lid bin for other waste (not recyclable)

The new bins will be emptied on each household's usual kerbside collection day in the following sequence from November 28:

Recycled ? fortnightly

Greenwaste ? alternate fortnights

Other Waste ? weekly.

In Nambucca and Bellingen, two 240-litre wheelie bins have been delivered to homes on the kerbside collection routes. Each home received:

Yellow lid bin for recy- clable items

Red lid bin for other waste (not recyclable).

The new bins will also be emptied on each household's usual collection day in the following sequence from November 28:

Recycled ? fortnightly

Other Waste ? weekly.

The bin lid instructions refer to Stage Two of the new service which will not be operating until July 2006. Until then, please refer to your information booklet for help.



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