No changes to waste collections during Easter and Spring Bank Holidays

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No changes to waste collections during Easter and Spring Bank Holidays

Cotswold District Council has confirmed that its waste service company, Ubico Ltd, will be collecting waste and recycling from households on Good Friday (18 April) and Easter Monday (21 April.) They will also be collecting from households on the public holidays which fall on Monday 5 May and Monday 26 May.

CDC environmental services spokesman Scott Williams, commented:

�We thought it would be useful to confirm that there would be no disruption to our normal schedules during Easter or the two bank holidays in May. The Ubico crews are working during these periods.

�We would also appreciate it if residents could take maximum advantage of the recycling collection services we offer when disposing of their used Easter egg packaging � it all helps to boost our totals.�

Any queries should be referred to the waste hotline on 01285 623123

Posted : 06/03/2014 13:24:06

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