Keep on recycling, residents asked

2017-05-02 06:00

WHILE the eThekwini Municipality has been experiencing an interruption to the supply of orange recycling bags, over 75% of households remain unaffected and are receiving their bags on time.
Households affected by the interruption are encouraged to use clear plastic bags provided by the city to recycle in the interim. They are requested to place plastic, cardboard and paper in one clear bag and glass and cans in a separate clear bag.
Residents are urged to contact Durban Solid Waste and let the company know if they would like to receive the clear bags. They will have to supply their address and will be notified when the clear bags will be delivered to them.
The orange bag delivery and distribution has been disrupted due to a shortage of bags caused by issues with the current supplier. The issue is being addressed by DSW management.
Due to these challenges, DSW asks residents to use clear bags in the interim for recyclables.
The orange bag distribution has been disrupted for a few months.
However, it is expected to resume its original supply and distribution shortly after the issue has been resolved.
And as much as supply has been disrupted, almost 75% of eThekwini households are still receiving their orange bags.
DSW thanks the public for their participation in the Kerbside Recycling Programme, more commonly known as the Orange Recycling Bag Programme, over the years.
To learn more about recycling and how to make a difference, the public can contact the DSW education section for assistance. Residents who are not getting orange bags can phone the DSW Helpline at 031 303 1665, 031 322 7080 or
031 311 8804, or e-mail kdbarec@durban.
gov.za

DSW education officers will take down their details and arrange for delivery of the clear bags if the orange bags are unavailable.
Residents can also phone or e-mail the above numbers if they have any comments or questions about DSW’s recycling programme.
eThekwini Municipality appreciates residents’ participation and partnership in this project, and looks forward to their continued support. — Supplied.

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