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    Aaltje B.

    Is that amount you pay every month no matter the amount? Or will it be cheaper if you reduce the amount? Tricky!

    Waste is fast becoming a very popular topic and yes, we may have to pay more when hosting. 

    To eliminate waste we separate everything. 

    Glass is still a problem here and can not be collected so it goes with other waste and it is heavy too! There is a machine that actually makes sand of glass bottles. Costly but worth-while if you buy it with more people and use it together. The endproduct lends itself for landscaping projects! 

    Plastic and paper are separated here now. 

    Any scraps we can bury on the farm and it will become compost. 

    I don't know the percentage of hosts that live rural, but guess it won't be many compared to the big amount of people living in cities. 

    The Japanese people have made waste disposal into a real art and wished that we have that everywhere in the world. 

     

    It is an important topic, thank you for bringing it up!

    This could become one of the highlights of the forum I will predict!   :)

     

    Greetings, 

    Aaltje B. 

     

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    Epoates

    If your property is in Cornwall UK the domestic waste collection service will be with Biffa.  Their quote for my new 'commercial' waste was over £500 a year.  

    Shop around - H&A services worked out at £120 a year, and Chenoweths (https://chenowethstradingco.com/holiday-home-waste-collection/) works out at about £75 a year.

    That's a BIG saving just from a few phone calls and web searches.

    Good luck with waste services in your area.

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