I know I'm not the only one who gets frustrated seeing people chuck huge amounts of cardboard or other recyclable stuff into bins. What baffles me is that it almost always seems to be young people - my age and younger who I see doing this.
The Council's new foodwaste recycling scheme brings this into even greater clarity, at least around my flat. The two bins above are the only two that are regularly put out other than ours. One of the households is a nonagenarian, and other is two octagenarians; they've all lived in the flats for over 50 years
The rest of the flats around us are occupied by young professionals and students, of which one other household sometimes puts out red and blue bins. Why is the uptake so low?