Binmen miss more rubbish collections in Welwyn Garden City
FOR the second successive day, Welwyn Hatfield’s binmen have been overwhelmed by the amount of rubbish left out for them to collect.
A total of 21 roads in the Handside area of WGC did not have their garden waste taken away today (Wednesday).
That adds to the 27 roads in Digswell Park and Handside that were missed yesterday (Tuesday), with the council having to embarrassingly admit residents have left out too much for the binmen to cope with, as they get used to new routes.
A new statement on Welwyn Hatfield Council’s website says: “Unfortunately we have been unable to service some of the roads in the Handside area today. “This is due to the volume of garden waste presented and the crews familiarising themselves to the new collection rounds.
“We intend to revisit the area to collect tomorrow (Thursday).”
You may also want to watch:
The recent changes to the rounds come ahead of a switchover to fortnightly collections in the borough, a two-step process which is being rolled out over the next two months.
- 1 'Almost double the population' - Plans unveiled for two adjacent festivals at the same time
- 2 F9: Filming locations of Vin Diesel's new Fast & Furious 9 movie
- 3 The latest court results for Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar
- 4 Deal signed with construction firm for old Shredded Wheat factory
- 5 Aldi eyes new Hertfordshire store locations
- 6 100 homes approved at appeal for Green Belt land
- 7 Re-appeal launched after driver arrested and pedestrian hospitalised following crash
- 8 Thanks Dad! WHT readers send 2,500 Father's Day messages
- 9 'It means the world' - lucky Postcode Lottery winners scoop £180,000 prize
- 10 Woody & Kleiny release Euros single Route 66 with The Hoosiers for charity CALM