Now at Fazeley, there are six, yes six large wheely bin thingies purely for rubbish - so why do people - sorry boaters - as it can only be boater's using these bins - try and ram another full bag of rubbish into an already full bin, when there are three completely EMPTY bins four paces away.
So Dave does his usual rubbish swapping.
Taking out bags of rubbish which have been stuffed into the already full recycling bins.
Now, when a recycling bin says "glass only", it means that only glass goes in there - not a black bin bag full of glass. Why is that concept so difficult for people to grasp? Once plastic goes into a glass recycling bin, then whole bin is contaminated and is usually scrapped and the whole lot put into landfill - unless someone goes through each bin and sorts it out before the "bin men" come and take it away. Now I can't see the CRT office staff doing that - nor do I want them to - I'd much rather they do the job they're supposed to do - like sort out the canal system!
This black bin bag was in the paper recycling bin. Now why would someone put a plastic bag in there? It may contain paper recycling, but that's irrelevant as the whole skip will probably be put into landfill, as again, it is 'contaminated'.
There's even a sign on the side of the wheely bin,
for those who haven't grasped the concept of recycling.
Do not leave bags on the floor......
As for the state of the elsan point - disgusting! There are some dirty boaters out there.
Again, Dave cleaned it, as he tends to do. However, you do expect the elsan point at the CRT offices to be a bit cleaner than the norm.