Three councils, including West Norfolk, join forces for 'unique' bin contract saving taxpayers' money
Three Norfolk councils have joined forces to appoint a single provider to collect their residents’ household bins, in a move that officials say has saved local taxpayers’ money.
At meetings held in December, West Norfolk Council, Breckland Council and North Norfolk District Council each agreed to enter into a shared contract with a single provider of waste and recycling collections across all three district council areas.
Officials say they believe the move will also create a “more resilient and efficient service”.
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