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New rubbish routes could save council cash
1:00pm Friday 7th February 2014 in News
JOINTLY collecting trade waste with household rubbish could save Braintree Council £200,000 per year.
A report to senior councillors says new routes picking up domestic and commercial waste at the same time would be more cost-effective.
The changes, which could come into force from February next year are possible due to Essex County Council plans to open a waste transfer station at Cordons Farm, Long Green Road, Cressing, meaning rubbish trucks don’t have to travel as far to drop off waste.
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