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Solving the Brown Bin Puzzle

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Waste Collection Schedule Week 1bb
Waste Collection Schedule Week 2bb

It seems that there will now be two different Brown Bin emptying days, depending on where you live in Haddenham.

You will have been allocated to Brown Bin 'Week One' or Brown Bin 'Week Two'.

Take a look at the printed schedule that AVDC sent you to determine which one you're in.

BROWN BIN — WEEK 1
If your card shows that your first brown/garden bin collection date was 3rd September ('Week 1') this will always be emptied in week 1, along with blue lid and food bin; the following week your green bin & food bin will be emptied.

BROWN BIN — WEEK 2
If your card shows that your first brown bin collection date was 10th September ('Week 2') it will always be emptied in week 2 together with your green bin & food bin; on the Monday following you will have your blue lid bin and food bin emptied.

The graphics help ... I hope!

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