All things wheelie…

The City Council has recently received funding from the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to enable the City to maintain weekly collections of residual waste.  They will soon commence a consultation process with Birmingham residents regarding the implementation of a wheeled bin waste collection service across the City.  The Cabinet Member for a Green, Safe and Smart City, Councillor James McKay, has produced a short video explaining this.

A number of frequently asked questions (FAQs) have also been produced to answer common questions, please see the document at the bottom of this page.

If you have any queries regarding the proposals then please email wheeledbins@birmingham.gov.uk

2 Responses to All things wheelie…

  • Victor says:

    People who live in blocks of flats will not be happy to see bulky and ugly rows of wheelie bins lining their roads.
    How will you avoid such an eyesore.
    And how will you organise the putting out of wheelies on behalf of the elderly and disabled?

  • Kerry Jenkins says:

    Hi Victor, thanks for your comment. Obviously as a local branch of the Labour Party we do not have any involvement with how this scheme might operate and are simply providing information but if you have specific questions to ask then please email them to wheeledbins@birmingham.gov.uk regards Kerry Jenkins, campaign officer.

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