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I been searching for vaste bins in a size to suit the back of a van, so work force easy can bin it in , plastic / general vaste etc.

 

Can't find anything.

 

Any of you gentleman out there got a solution for this?

 

My thought is to stop rubbish on side of the road.

 

Thanks

 

 

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If your work force are slinging their rubbish out the windows they need a damm reprimanding. Or am I misunderstanding you?

I have pulled over and made a colleague walk back a few hundred meters to pick up rubbish he threw out of the window before now. One of my absolute pet hates is littering scum.

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If your work force are slinging their rubbish out the windows they need a damm reprimanding. Or am I misunderstanding you?

I have pulled over and made a colleague walk back a few hundred meters to pick up rubbish he threw out of the window before now. One of my absolute pet hates is littering scum.

 

 

I can't stand rubbish beside roads. Actually I'm allergic to it.

 

I'm trying to create a setup to avoid it from happening.

 

 

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I can't stand rubbish beside roads. Actually I'm allergic to it.

 

I'm trying to create a setup to avoid it from happening.

 

 

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Its not hard, just don't throw it out the window!!

 

How much rubbish to your guys make in a day that they cant just take a carrier bag with them?

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If your work force are slinging their rubbish out the windows they need a damm reprimanding. Or am I misunderstanding you?

 

Many years ago I spent the summer working as a street sweeper, some of the lads used to drop litter out the work trucks...? :confused1:

 

The other thing I don't understand is guys chucking their rubbish in the wood chip...

 

But back to the initial thread, whatever you try in my experience the teams will treat the vans like a dump, energy drinks spilled all over the place foot-wells filled with trash.. We have a wheelie bin at the yard and they get emptied and cleaned out with the blower..

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The other thing I don't understand is guys chucking their rubbish in the wood chip...

 

 

 

Hate that too.

 

Did a big contract on the A1(m) when it was being built. Part of the contract involved litter picking which I did a whole week of. Thats enough to stop anyway littering again!

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