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Stockport residents warned they could face more missed bin collections as Covid issues continue

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Sign up to the MyStockport newsletter to keep up with all the top stories Stockport residents have been warned they could face more missed green bin collections if Covid rates continue to force refuse workers to self-isolate.

Coronavirus-related absences disrupted food and garden waste collections throughout June, but council chiefs were hopeful of getting back on track this month.

Measures taken to address the situation included drafting in agency workers and redeploying staff at council contractor Totally Local Company (TLC). READ MORE:'We are full, you can’t keep pushing housing’: Red lines drawn ahead of Stockport housing masterplan However, bins chief Coun Sheila Bailey has admitted the situation is yet to ‘significantly improve’ and

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