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• 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Offers a national electronic collection scheme to help combat street litter
MIDDLESEX has become the first local authority to join a new national electronic rubbish collection scheme, launched to tackle the growing problem of street littering.
Middlesex councils, which will work with the National Household Surveyor Scheme, have developed their own electronic bill payment service called 1-800-Got-Junk?.
Jan Lavan, chief executive of the National Household Surveyor Scheme, said: “The success of the scheme has been unbelievable. In the first five days, we had two and a half million electronic invoices issued for rubbish collections.
“It started off on the back of a few good old-fashioned householders sending in a piece of information and a lot of it was illegal dumping.
“It also solved some problems that communities faced, particularly in rural areas, because until now, there was no other way of getting an electronic bill.”
An early morning collection in Southall’s Nunhead Lane, put into action by the National Household Surveyor Scheme. Picture: Bill Keat (2004)
The rise of the individual
According to surveys conducted by local authorities, the average household has five times as many items of rubbish as five years ago.
Middlesex councils estimated that there are an average of 1.3 pieces of household waste per person per week, 1.6 pieces of commercial waste and three bags of garden waste per person per month.
Richard Lambert, waste manager for Middlesex Council, said: “We are expecting higher bills because people are living more independently and they are buying more and more electronic goods.
“We can’t keep up with the demand for electronic items, so we have created this service.
“We are collecting the rubbish and handing it on to the recipients, usually charities, but we can’t predict