Newark and Sherwood District Council is to reduce the bulky waste and white goods collection charges
There will be a cut in the charge to take white goods away.
Newark and Sherwood District Council's leisure and environment committee voted to cut the bulky waste and white goods collection charges to make the scheme more attractive to residents and hopefully reduce flytipping.
Members heard that to offer the service free would result in a shortfall of £84,000 and dramatically increase the demand for the service, which could double the cost of running it to £168,000.
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