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New waste lorries remind people not to feed gulls

Cllr Andy Stafford (right), Chair of Worcester City Council’s Environment Committee, and Alex Parry, City Council Technical Officer, with one of the two new 26-tonne waste lorries carrying the gulls design. Cllr Andy Stafford (right), Chair of Worcester City Council’s Environment Committee, and Alex Parry, City Council Technical Officer, with one of the two new 26-tonne waste lorries carrying the gulls design.

Worcester residents and visitors will now be seeing regular reminders of how they can help control the number of gulls in the city, with two new waste lorries displaying 3.4-metre signs asking them to dispose of waste food properly. The display on the side of the two 26-tonne vehicles say, "Feed the bins, not the gulls", to encourage people to make...

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Popular Saturday Skip service returns to Worcester

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Worcester residents can once again use mobile skips to dispose of furniture and household goods. The Saturday Skip service is designed to provide a free local disposal point for residents who are unable to transport bulky household waste items to Worcester's Household Recycling Centres Cllr Marc Bayliss, Leader of Worcester City Council said:" We a...

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