Uk news Council offering two free uplifts to East Kibride residents over the next month MetiNews.Com
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Breaking News ! Five weeks of free special uplifts are being offered to East Kilbride residents as the service is resumed. South Lanarkshire Council workers have been tackling the backlog created by the coronavirus lockdown, with households now offered up to two free uplifts over the first five-week period due to end on October 16. The council’s executive director of community and enterprise, Michael McGlynn, said: “We are pleased to be able to reintroduce the special uplifts from Monday. Read More Related Articles East Kilbride residents hit with more lockdown restrictions after FM's warning “We know this will be welcomed by residents who have been unable to take waste to our recycling centres since they reopened, and who have had to store materials in the meantime. I want to thank everyone for their patience. “I would ask for everyone to continue to be patient as we expect the special uplift service will be very busy, especially over the next few weeks.” Requests that are made within the five week period, ie before October 16, will be eligible for the free uplift.
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Up to 20 items can be collected for each uplift but council staff will not be able to enter homes to assist with the removal of waste as a result of coronavirus. To arrange an uplift, head to www.southlanarkshire.gov.uk
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