Saturday, January 06, 2007

Recycling - A tale of two councils

Thought people might be interested in this article which was posted to uk indymedia.

4 Comments:

At Sunday, January 07, 2007 1:33:00 PM, Blogger Blodwen Fleer said...

The 3rd bin idea is a good one. Plastics, textiles, cardboard are all recyclable and Wrexham should be looking to extend the (small) box system to promote more recycling.

Listening to what communities want is the obvious next step for councils, including this one.

Councils should encourage recycling of white and electrical goods too, making them free for households that struggle to afford such items.

 
At Monday, January 08, 2007 11:47:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello there, please could you get in touch with me with reference to your blog, you can email me on danowen@dailypost.co.uk many thanks

 
At Sunday, May 27, 2007 12:17:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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How ever it is spelt it is obvious you don't know what it means.
So that wasn't personal?

What you are really saying is it is okay for you to give us stick but you will delete any comments that show you for what you really are. Bullies and hypocrits with spell check.
When you started making bogus reports about drivers you used registration numbers didn't you? Who do you think the report affects most? The driver. How personal can you get?
You have slagged off councillors and staff, police, E.A., the Freemasons etc. Even a chippy owner. Do you still wonder why we are giving individuals abuse? I doubt Mrs Smout would be seen swerving around on the A483.

Saturday, May 26, 2007 10:11:00 PM

 
At Wednesday, October 03, 2007 4:02:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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I amy as well type what the fuck I like because you will only fucking delete it.
What about graham jones trying to run the fucking wagons off the road? That is just one incident. I don't know how far along prosecutions are with the many others so don't talk bollocks geoff.
Why would my name would make any difference? So a mob can come round my house? You must be fucking joking. Remember the list and i am waiting my turn like every other fucker. Remember that it includes everybody in Wrexham.

Monday, October 01, 2007 7:07:00 PM
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On my husbands behalf I would just like to remind you
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I never said 49 mph at any point. It is 85 kph (53 mph) that all LGVs are limited to by law. If you think that he was doing 63 mph I suggest that you get the device used to record the speed checked. All LGVs have the tacograph calibrated every 2 years. When was yours last checked? When it left the factory in the mid 1990s?

Wednesday, September 19, 2007 4:38:00 PM


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It is starting to get people worried. With no blogging going on what are the hafodbloggers plotting next. Another break in perhaps? Maybe more trying to run vehicles off the road? Or is it just more bogus reports to waste peoples time?

Worried? No!
Curious is a better word.
Perhaps they have realised they are flogging a dead goat.

Unless the person doesn't work for MWH.

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There is no name mentioned and definately no photograph so I think that once again you are wrong.

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