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    Douglas Council bans 'panic buying' of second wheelie bins

    Households in the Isle of Man's capital will be banned from "panic buying" a second black wheelie bin, the local authority has agreed.

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    It comes after Douglas Council saw a surge in demand for extra capacity ahead of a move from weekly to fortnightly collections in September.

    Councillor Falk Horning said the change to domestic waste collections was designed to "entice people to recycle".

    As a result, only one bin per household will be emptied by the council.

    'Special circumstances'
    A report by the authority's Executive Committee recommended the policy of allowing a second bin, worth about £50, to be bought by householders should be suspended.

    However, residents will be able to apply to use an extra bin if a need for it can be demonstrated.

    Applications will be assessed by property inspections and discussions with tenants and owners about "occupancy, any unusual waste items, or other special circumstances", the report said.

    The move to alternate recycling and black bin collection services is expected to save Douglas Council about £25,000 by reducing the volume of waste sent for disposal at the island's energy from waste plant.

    Mr Horning told the Local Democracy Reporting Service there had been a rise in people "panic buying" a second bin following the announcement of the changes in January.


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