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From November 2011, all residents in Wiltshire will have the same recycling opportunities. This improved recycling collection service will mean all residents throughout Wiltshire will soon be able to recycle a wide range of materials at the kersbide, including: plastic bottles, cardboard, paper, glass, cans, aerosols, clothes, foil and garden waste.
The Conservative-led Wiltshire Council is carrying out a comprehensive communications campaign in order to support the new waste and recycling collection service, which aims to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill and encourage Wiltshire residents to recycle as much as possible.
Part of this campaign includes the council starting to issue bin hangers to residents who present additional waste next to their bin for collection. This element of the campaign starts from this month and aims to offer residents help and advice on how to get the most from their kerbside recycling services. As most of your waste can now be recycled, your household wheelie bin should be big enough for your remaining waste, with your bin lid closed.