Number of public recycling and general waste bins within the remit of the local authority

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Dear Hull City Council,

I would like to know how many public recycling bins there are in the area, broken down by the type of waste they accept, and separately, the number of publicly accessible general waste bins.

Yours faithfully,

Jack Fifield

Information Governance, Hull City Council

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Dear Hull City Council,
Thank you very much. Further to my request, in addition to the number of bins, please can I also have the number of sites they are located at? E.g., if there are two bins both next to each other, this would be one site, but two bins.

Yours faithfully,

Jack Fifield

Information Governance, Hull City Council

 

Dear Mr Fifield

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Information Request - 001975/19

 

With regard to your Freedom of Information request received on 23/09/2019,
please find our response below.

 

I would like to know how many public recycling bins there are in the area,
broken down by the type of waste they accept, and separately, the number
of publicly accessible general waste bins.

 

Hull City Council doesn’t currently have any public recycling bins.
There are approximately 2100 general waste litter bins.
 Further to my request, in addition to the number of bins, please can I
also have the number of sites they are located at? E.g., if there are two
bins both next to each other, this would be one site, but two bins.

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