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Bolton bin collection days revised in major changes

Households across Bolton will have a new bin collection day and a reduced paper and cardboard service as major changes to waste collections start next month. Bolton Council said that from Monday, July 15 routes have been revised to ‘increase reliability, enable more efficient waste collection and improve customer service’.

In addition to the change of bin day, a new measure in the council’s approved budget means paper and cardboard (beige) bin collections will reduce from every two weeks to every four weeks. The council said that over recent years, a significant reduction in the purchase of newspapers, magazines and paper in general has meant waste collection crews have found many beige bins are not full on collection day.

They said collecting less than full bins doesn’t deliver maximum efficiencies for the service, particularly when considering the cost of operating a bin wagon. All households will be issued with a new bin calendar which will list all collections up to December 2024 and include some reminders on what to put in each bin.

Bin collection days are also listed on the council website at www.bolton.gov.uk/nextbincollection. Jon Dyson, Bolton Council’s director of place, said: “The council has been looking at ways to change and improve bin collection rounds to make them more efficient and reliable.

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“By reconfiguring our routes, we can ensure the necessary resources are in place across all collections to offer an improved service to residents. From a recycling point of view, as a borough we perform well, our recycling rate is 49.5%, with the national average at 43.3% and we want to continue this success.

“There are simple steps residents can

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