Anglesey: No nappy collection service for over 3s

Anglesey: No nappy collection service for over 3s
 

A council will not offer a used-nappy collection service for children over three, saying most should be potty trained by that age.
Parents will have to show birth certificates to prove eligibility for the new two-weekly scheme on Anglesey.
It comes into place in October, when general waste collections - which usually dispose of nappies - switch to every three weeks.
A spokesman said there was a separate service for older disabled children.
The local authority cited sources, including the NHS, which says 90% of children are dry most days by the age of three.
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27 September 2016 in Regional, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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