Why is furniture dumped?
I RECENTLY attended the baling plant in Llansamlet where I correctly deposited, with the help of the staff, a perished hose pipe, broken plastic bucket and empty paint tins.
I saw some workers sifting through sacks of rubbish to ensure the right discarded materials go into the correct bins.
This must take up a great deal of time, energy and money to sift through for small items.
I will never forget the sight, on one of my visits, of a barbecue, which obviously had never been used, fly through the air into a skip.
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The person told me he was moving house and simply didn't have room for the car full of items he had come to dump.
Over the years I have seen wooden steps, a nest of tables, a glass television stand and much more.
A charity or recycling scheme would have been delighted with them.
My point is why is so much care taken over small items of rubbish taken when furniture, large enough to see, is taken to landfill?
Jersey Road, Bonymaen