For years now I've been a really good boy, and recycled my waste as required by my local council. We had small black bins for, glass bottles/jars, hard plastics, fly away plastics (crisp packets etc), paper/cardboard, tin cans etc. These were collected every week, along with a small food waste bin and alternating weekly general rubbish or garden waste wheelie bins. The largest waste product has been the fly away plastic, and it wasn't just crisp packets; everything seems to come in thin plastic now. At least it was getting recycled. I'm not a nosey neighbour , but I've been observing the waste collection operatives recently, and they've been chucking my well sorted recycling into the one truck, apart from the glass Now my council, has delivered a new recycling wheelie bin, which everything except glass goes in. AND they are only collecting recycling fortnightly AND discontinued collecting fly away plastic. That goes in general rubbish, which is also fortnightly, and goes to landfill. This fly away plastic will be the end of us Mind you, I can see some of those waste collection operatives, getting bad backs if they are only collecting glass fortnightly. If I take my overflow recycling to the local council recycling centre, like glass bottles for example, I have to pay a fee. It's enough to turn you into a Teetotaller. What's your rubbish like?