Where's ya bin?

Whilst some councils are making cutbacks to refuse collection, opting to collect every 2 to 3 weeks instead of weekly, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are increasing collections and the number of bins available.
Some areas have rolled out multiple bins for waste, recyclables and garden waste, however the Kensington area are to receive bins to further categorise their waste.
"We're pleased to announce that our waste handling capacity has been extended which means we're able to roll out extra bins to handle garden waste, gluten free food, cous-cous and lobster", said Elton Mowbray, a spokesman for the council.
"We are finding more and more people are becoming gluten intolerent and as a result we have a duty of care to our residents to provide a safe place to dispose of their specialist food waste"
The extra bins will be collected on alternate weeks with garden waste being collected Wednesday, Gluten free on Thursday and the Cous-cous and lobster on Fridays.
Hackney Borough Council is pleased to have signed a long term contract to provide gluten free food and cous-cous to local schools and care homes also on alternate Thursdays and Fridays.
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