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77% Kerbside Battery Collection
Browser does not support script. Residents are still able to use the battery collection facilities located in the Borough Hall reception area, Bedford's Household Waste Recycling Centre at Barkers Lane and in all major electrical retailers and supermarkets. Batteries are produced from valuable and increasingly scarce raw materials.
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62% DCLG Weekly Support Fund
Browser does not support script. The Council has now been informed that based on its proposals it has successfully been awarded the full amount it had bid for, despite competition from other Councils. It will also prevent residents being left with a full bin which may remain on the street causing "Bin Blight" and anti-social behaviour issues.
Bedford Borough Council

 
60% Borough extends kerbside battery recycling
You are here: Home Page > Council and Democracy > Council News > Archived News > May 2012 > Kerbside battery recycling. Government legislation, introduced in 2009, means the UK is legally required to increase its battery recycling rate to 25% by 2012 and 45% by 2016.
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60% Borough extends kerbside battery recycling
Browser does not support script. By providing these bags completely free of charge and incorporating the collections in the normal collection days, we are making it easy for local residents to recycle more.".
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58% Bulky Waste
Browser does not support script. Bedford Borough Council operates a special service for the collection of bulky household waste items, such as furniture and white goods, which are not suitable for reuse.
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54% Rubbish, Recycling and Waste Services
Rubbish, Recycling and Waste Services. Recycling in flats Reducing Waste Home composting Reusable nappies Love Food Hate Waste Waste reduction hints and tips Other Waste Services Household Waste Recycling Centre Local recycling sites Bulky waste Assisted collections News and Information News from the Recycling Team Education for everyone FAQs Facebook and Twitter.
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49% What Goes in my Bin?
Browser does not support script. an orange lidded bin for 'dry' recycling, a green lidded bin for garden waste, and a black bin for anything that cannot be recycled or composted. Plastic Food Packaging. Please see the diagram below for more details:. asbestos, car batteries, plasterboard.
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49% Online Forms
You are here: Home Page > Council and Democracy > Websites > Online Forms. Report It Abandoned Car Reporting Form Anti Social Behaviour Complaint Form Council Tax Change of Address Council Tax Notification of Change of Circumstances Damaged Street Nameplate Disabled Parking Badge (Blue Badge) Misuse Dog Fouling Reporting Empty Homes Reporting Faulty Street Light Flood or Drainage Issue...
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49% Online Forms
Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. In this section find out about the makeup of Bedford Borough Council and who your local Councillors are. Browser does not support script.
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41% Frequently Asked Questions
Browser does not support script. You will then need to enter your postcode. Back to top. Alternatively, some supermarkets, such as Sainsbury's, provide recycling facilities for energy-saving light bulbs.
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