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Fury as uncollected bins cause a nasty rat problem

pest control in SunderlandResidents in Castleton have expressed anger after their wheelie bins had been left uncollected for so long that rats infested the location.

Locals from Manchester Road state recycle containers have already been going completely ignored by container collectors whom appear to be completing the work in the area that is surrounding ignoring five domiciles near to St Martin’s Charity Shop.

Reverend Wildheart, whom works within the shop and life in a nearby flat, stated: “This generally seems to happen many months whilst the bin team just generally seems to ignore our containers and drive straight past our block.

“Since changing our bin times to three regular it’s much less if we can wait until the next time as this can turn into a complete six days without such a thing being gathered.

“the bins which can be overflowing been causing rats to infest the location here that is a safe practices matter.

With an extra container to compensate for all the trash that we simply do not have room for.“ We propose that if they are to carry on using this charade of three regular bin days, they provide us”

Rochdale Borough Council confirmed that officers have finally checked out the certain area additionally the bins happen emptied.

A council representative said: “We take all cases of missed bins seriously and they are continually striving to enhance the recycling and waste collection.

“Every week we gather containers from over 88,000 properties and are keen to attenuate the number of missed bins.

“Officers are investigating the problem on Manchester Road with a view to revising the service to make sure this will not take place once again.”

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