Guide FAQ's on the trial Show all parts of this guide Can I opt out? Why are you doing this? Is this to save money? What about nappies or incontinence pads? Will I get a bigger rubbish bin? What does ‘enhanced recycling service’ mean? How can I let you know what I think of the trial? Why has my area been chosen for the trial? Will we get more containers? Will you still collect clinical waste weekly? Will my waste smell after 3 weeks? How long will the trial last and what happens after? When will the trial start? Why can’t you collect all plastics? Why can’t you collect all cardboard? Can I place excess recycling out loose? Where will the recycling go? Do you have any tips to reduce waste? Who do I contact if I am having difficulties with the new changes? Do I need to separate my recycling? I do recycle but the fact that you are collecting cardboard/mixed plastics will not help with the amount of rubbish I have Where do I place the extra containers that you will be giving me? When will the other areas in the district have the same arrangement? What’s in it for me? Why couldn’t we carry on as we were but have larger or extra containers for recycling but stick to fortnightly landfill? I already have bigger bin, will you take this away? If you do what will happen if I still produce too much landfill? Surely I should have been left with what I had? Will there be any road-shows so it can be explained fully? Can I recycle TetraPak cartons with the trial scheme? 13. When will the trial start? The start dates for the trial will be sent to you in August but the trial will start in September 2015.