raise your glasses: britain’s bottle banks are full to the brim after festive celebrations - good glass water bottle
After the festival, Britain swam in the ocean of empty glass bottles.
With evidence of Christmas and New Year celebrations waiting to be dealt with, local authorities are faced with a backlog of garbage bins and empty bottles.
Pictures of bottle banks spilled from Berkshire's recycling center show that as consumers get out of the void in the new year, waiting for the huge task of Parliament.
A row after row of spirits, beer and wine bottles, carefully sorted by color, are placed on the ground in the recycling center of supermarkets near Bracknell.
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Twitter users elsewhere in the UK have been communicating to local councils the news that garbage bins overflow due to changes in collection schedules during the festival.
Some have reported that their garbage has not been collected since before Christmas.
The Greenwich Commission says it is working to collect "a lot of waste and recycling" and hopes to return the service to normal by January 7.
With abandoned Christmas trees around the corner becoming synonymous in early January, Parliament has also advised people to recycle or replant them.