Parents will have to show kids' birth certificates to get council binmen to collect nappies

Parents will have to show kids' birth certificates to get council binmen to collect nappies
 

Parents on Anglesey will have to show their children’s birth certificates if they want the council to continue to collect dirty nappies.
According to town hall chiefs, waste management teams have “evidence that most children are potty trained between ages of two and three”, so the council wants to make people prove their child’s age if they want to receive the service.
But families who will be affected by the changes say they are ridiculous and do not take account of different rates of child development, or that some disabled children may still need nappies beyond a certain age.
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27 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 36
Source: Daily Post
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