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Changes to bin collections over New Year revealed

PUBLISHED: 18:14 29 December 2017 | UPDATED: 18:14 29 December 2017

Rubbish (black) and recycling bins line a street .

Rubbish (black) and recycling bins line a street .

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Camden Council have revealed the changes to bin collection over the New Year period

During the first week of 2018, bins will be collected a day later than usual, with no collections on New Year’s Day.

There are still effects of the Christmas bin-collection changes in force.

Bins scheduled for collection on Thursday December 28, and Friday December 29 will be collected over the weekend.

During the New Year, residents who would normally have their bins emptied on Monday January 1, will have it collected a day later.

The rest of the week will be affected in the same way, with those on Friday January 5 having a Saturday collection.

Libraries will also be closed on New Year’s Day, and will re-open on Tuesday January 2. This includes Highgate Library, which closed on Thursday December 21.

The Contact Camden service will be offering an emergency service only on New Year’s Day.

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