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Sometimes Councils actually think before they act- reassuring to know.
2 were due to retire and did, and the others have all received extra training- so that they are now employed at doing all the repair and maintenance work in the area- instead of going round and round in the rubbish pick up truck. This work used to be sub-contracted to a firm that employed frontaliers workers.
Those disposable nappies never dry, btw- they weigh a ton because they contain absorption granules which turn to a very heavy gel. This gel is an envrionmental nightmare in landfill sites. The making of cellulose products also take vast amounts of bleach and other chemicals.
I'd imagine washing modern real shaped cotton nappies might be a problem in a large block of flats with 1 day allocated a week- but around here it is not a problem for most. Would be definitely my choice if I was a mother now, with disposable at night-time if the others prove to be insufficient for night-time.
Sbrinz, I've thanked 22 yards for correcting that sill mistake and corrected the post, ta