Waste Amnesty Day in Bradwell on Saturday

PUBLISHED: 09:47 08 April 2011

PEOPLE in Bradwell can get rid of their bulky rubbish at a waste amnesty day tomorrow.

Skips and refuse trucks will be waiting to be fed at two locations easing the burden on local folk facing a trip to the tip.

Premier Recycling will collect metal rubbish like washing machines, bikes and barbecues while the borough council will be on hand to collect any other rubbish except fridges and old paint.

Darren Docwra of Premier Recycling said his company had collected 1.24 tonnes of scrap metal in Hopton the week before.

Collection points are at Green Lane from 7.30am to 9am and Mill Lane Playing Field from 9.30am to 11.30am.

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