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SEPA did not advise council

WHETHER Argyll and Bute Council made appropriate representations to the Scottish Environment Protection Agency prior to introducing three-weekly bin collections is under scrutiny.

Douglas Tott, a ‘concerned taxpayer’ from Islay, says he has details from a Freedom of Information request that proves the council did not ask for advice before the scheme was introduced.

However, the council has outlined the input of SEPA into its decision to increase the length of times between bins being collected.

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