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Smelly Bins

Posted By: Mark

Smelly Bins - 4th Jun 2007 4:05pm

Smelly Bins

As the summer gets closer the weather is also hotting up,
but our bins are heating up too.

Are your bins starting to smell on the 2 week collections?
I know my Brown Bin at the mo is stinking, and that's
only from grass and garden cuttings.

One day it smelt of seaweed ?

Is your Bin Smellier for a 2 week collection?
Posted By: CustomIce

Re: Smelly Bins - 7th Jun 2007 11:58am

I personally don't care, i like the fact we're able to 'easily' re-cycle much of my domestic waste. A small amount of odour from the bins is a small price to pay to help the environment IMHO.
Posted By: Mark

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 3:00pm

ive just cut my grass, and i have a fungus bomb growing
in my brown bin.

okay so i forgot to put it out last week,
its going to be super rank after 4 weeks.

Even the fly's are moving out lol...
Posted By: jonah

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 3:06pm

sick eeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww ! sick
Posted By: MattLFC

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 4:43pm

Dont have a problem meself tease
Posted By: Mark

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 4:49pm

seeing that you don't have a brown bin
nor any grass i can agree with you smack
Posted By: MattLFC

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 5:11pm

tease
Posted By: newnes

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 5:49pm

r brown bin is full of maggots frown

so if any1 wants them for fishin then let me kno lol
Posted By: jonah

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 6:25pm

sick :o:ewww maggots r horrible things, how fish and birds can eat them is beyond me....and one for good luck.... sick
Posted By: MattLFC

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 6:26pm

Lol loads of anglers eat them too eeeeee!
Posted By: jonah

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 6:40pm

nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo !!!!
cry sick frown thumbsdown no omg smack hand noonoo sick
Posted By: MattLFC

Re: Smelly Bins - 17th Jun 2007 6:47pm

Lol I wonder if Whelan does??
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 10:53am

I live on beechwood estate an i am asking people if they have a smelly GREEN BIN with MAGGOTS over loading and falling to the floor. As i have two children i think weekly collection should be considered again WHAT DO YOU THINK ?
Posted By: jonah

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 11:45am

no how u feel, nearly every week, i'm havin to re-bag and clean out the bin mid week due to maggots /flies etc. its disgusting... sick
Posted By: MattLFC

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 2:02pm

Lol, you wanna smell some of the landfill sites when it gets warm... particuarly Bidston Moss grin
Posted By: fordsteve

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 3:58pm

tell me about it i got to deliver to them places for work lol
Posted By: jonah

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 5:03pm

Originally Posted by fasterste
tell me about it i got to deliver to them places for work lol

sick eeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwww. bet u smell good after u been there !
Posted By: fordsteve

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 7:10pm

lol am not in there long enough lol just chuck the stuff st them and go while holding my breath raftl
Posted By: Mark

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 7:36pm

Originally Posted by Anonymous
I live on beechwood estate an i am asking people if they have a smelly GREEN BIN with MAGGOTS over loading and falling to the floor. As i have two children i think weekly collection should be considered again WHAT DO YOU THINK ?
Need to be re assessed as the summer heats things up. It may be good in theory but in practice its not nice. I sympathise with houses with the problems with maggots.
Posted By: fordsteve

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 7:46pm

you want to try having a baby and a bin full of shitty nappys for 2 weeks raftl
Posted By: Mark

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 7:48pm

poooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Posted By: fordsteve

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 7:48pm

ok sorry poo nappys lol
Posted By: AX_125

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 7:49pm

My bin is full of dog poo!
Posted By: fordsteve

Re: Smelly Bins - 12th Aug 2007 7:53pm

Originally Posted by AX_125
My bin is full of dog poo!


bet that smells a little nasty
Posted By: Mark

Re: Smelly Bins - 21st Aug 2007 11:22am

Originally Posted by AX_125
My bin is full of dog poo!
Try closing the lid to stop strays using it raftl

Couldnt resist it lol...

Ive just cleaned my brown bin of mulchy smelly grass from the
bottom of my bin. In to the road as its environmentally friendly.

That's what i think anyways lol

So my bin wont smell until it gets more grass cuttings again.
Posted By: MattLFC

Re: Smelly Bins - 21st Aug 2007 11:24am

Lol, you whole road will be smelling now grin

Instead of just the bin, let everyone have a whiff of it looool.
Posted By: Mark

Re: Smelly Bins - 21st Aug 2007 11:31am

Well the problem i have is where else could i have put this smelly goo ??

Drains >> Could block them.
Other Bin >> Cant lift it high enough
Road >> Makes sense.
Posted By: MattLFC

Re: Smelly Bins - 21st Aug 2007 11:32am

Go and drop it off in a posh place lol.

Be a rebel go on you know you want to grin
Posted By: _Ste_

Re: Smelly Bins - 22nd Aug 2007 12:08am

lol
Posted By: SoundLad

Re: Smelly Bins - 22nd Aug 2007 10:10am

Not nice at all but at the end of the day ive gotten into the routine and it takes a Month to fill my Gray bin.. So it is a good idea but yes the Smell frown
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