Noise and Nuisance caused by Glass Recycling Point
Reported in the Rubbish (refuse and recycling) category anonymously at 12:55, Wed 18 December 2019
Sent to Cherwell District Council 5 minutes later
Glass Recycling Point causing nuisance due to noise and rubbish left adjacent to the area. The existence of these glass recycling points is causing noise pollution, parking issues and rubbish being flytipped by residents who do not live in the close. This morning the recycling point was being used at 545am. This is unacceptable due to the noise this causes. Please relocate this outside the Close as soon as possible.
I have to walk with my assistance dog and I have to go onto the road 90% of the time , which is unacceptable . This is always due to bags of broken glass left lying around and smashed bottles on the floor. Also I am halfway down the street and can hear this bank being used all times of the day and night . It ridiculously loud and not fair for those of us with disabilities that are effected by noise pollution . The noise of the banging of glass and emptying has actually set of a spin attacks in my home before now .
Posted anonymously at 18:54, Thu 19 December 2019
Bags flytipped as per usual. Pic taken 5/1/20
Posted anonymously at 10:47, Tue 7 January 2020
The noise and nuisance caused by this has increased over the festive period with no contact from Cherwell district Council. They have no interest in removing this nuisance, they have no care or consideration for the elderly and vulnerable residents.
Posted anonymously at 16:12, Tue 14 January 2020
Bins being used at 06:33 this morning causing unacceptable noise
Posted anonymously at 06:34, Thu 16 January 2020
Still open, via questionnaire, 09:34, Thu 16 January 2020
Bin being used at 6:40 every morning now.
Posted anonymously at 06:42, Mon 20 January 2020
No response from Cherwell District Council’s Environment Protection Officer.
Posted anonymously at 10:12, Sun 2 February 2020
Noise from bottle banks is being monitored and is not acceptable to be so close to residential dwellings. 88.8db
Posted anonymously at 10:21, Sun 2 February 2020
No response at all from CDC regarding this.
Posted anonymously at 10:24, Sun 2 February 2020
Provide an update