Paper bin recycling collections to recommence in Fife

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The council is preparing to restart its paper bin collections

Fife Council will restart its paper/cardboard bin collections next week.

The service had been temporarily suspended due to the current coronavirus pandemic as the local authority was forced to make changes due to staff being unwell or self-isolating.

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However it has confirmed that it intends to resume the collections from Monday, April 20.

Householders are asked to check the online bin calendar on its website for their next scheduled collection date on a Sunday evening or Monday morning.

Other bin collections are continuing at the moment with brown bins being collected every four weeks.

A full service is taking place for green bins, however some properties in East and West Fife will have theirs collected on a different week to help the council manage its resources.

Not all properties will be affected but people are urged to check the online bin calendars every Sunday to ensure the green bin is out on the right week.

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A Fife Council spokesman said: “Thank you for your patience, we're doing the best we can with what we have.”

“Please continue to put your blue, brown, grey or green bin out at 6am on the day the bin is collected according to your online calendar.

“If we’re unable to empty them on your collection day, please leave them out and we’ll try to return and collect them over the following days.

“Please look out for your neighbours and check that they can put their bins out. It may not be possible to come back for missed bins until your next scheduled collection day.

“Thank you for your understanding.”

Any changes to bin calendars will be reflected online and residents should check their collection dates every Sunday at www.fife.gov.uk/bincalendar

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