The Four Bin Areas

Stanmer Heights

Stanmer Heights has, 174 Homes, in 14 Houses.

Bramble Way has, 84 Homes, in 6 Houses.

Orchid View has, 42 Homes, in 4 Houses.

Chelwood Close has, 48 Homes, in 4 Houses

 

(1) Orchid View and Chelwood Close,

have approximately The Same Number of Homes.

(2) Bramble Way has approximately Twice as Many Homes,

as Orchid View and Chelwood Close.

 

Stanmer Heights has Four Outdoors Bin Areas

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The First Bramble Way Bin Area.

The Second Bramble Way Bin Area.

The Orchid View Bin Area.

The Chelwood Close Bin Area.

 

(1) All Four Bin Areas,

would have A Full Set of Bins,

with Adequate Capacities for Normal Refuse,

with Mixed Recycling Bins, and Glass Recycling Bins.

(2) With Twice as Many Homes,

as Orchid View and Chelwood Close,

Bramble Way would have Two Whole Sets of Bins.

 


 

2019 0601 Map - Stanmer Heights - The Four Bin Areas

 


 

A Review of Bin Capacities

 


 

Normal Homes in Brighton and Hove

Are provided with Upright Plastic Two Wheel Bins,

with A Capacity of:

= ( 140 Litres ) or ( 240 Litres ) / Home / Week

= An Average ( 190 Litres ) / Home / Week

 

These Figures provide Benchmarks,

for The Weekly Capacities, for Normal Refuse,

for The Stanmer Heights Bin Areas.

 


 

The First Bramble Way Bin Area

Serves 54 Homes and Families.

( 7 ) x ( Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Normal Refuse )

( 3 ) x ( Taylor Type 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Mixed Recycling )

( 1 ) x ( Taylor 1280 Litre Mobile Bin ) for ( Glass Recycling )

 

Weekly Capacity for Normal Refuse:

= ( 7 Bins ) x ( 1100 Litres / Bin ) / ( 54 Homes ) / ( Week)

= ( 142 Litres ) / Home / Week

 

This Bin Area, is Adequate.

 


 

The Second Bramble Way Bin Area

Serves 30 Homes and Families.

( 3 ) x ( Taylor Type 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Normal Refuse )

( 1 ) x ( Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bin ) for ( Mixed Recycling )

( 0 ) x ( Taylor 1100 Litre Bin ) for ( Glass Recycling )

 

Weekly Capacity for Normal Refuse:

= ( 3 Bins ) x ( 1100 Litres / Bin ) / ( 30 Homes ) / ( Week)

= ( 110 Litres ) / Home / Week

 

On Comparison of All Figures,

This Bin Area, has An Inadequate Weekly Capacity.

And, This Bin Area, has No Glass Recycling Bin.

At The Time of Writing, The Set of Bins in This Bin Area,

were Wholly Inadequate.

 


 

The Orchid View Bin Area

Serves 42 Homes and Families.

( 8 ) x ( Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Normal Refuse )

( 2 ) x ( Taylor 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Mixed Recycling )

( 1 ) x ( Taylor 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bin ) for ( Glass Recycling )

 

Weekly Capacity for Normal Refuse:

= ( 8 Bins ) x ( 1100 Litres / Bin ) / ( 42 Homes ) / ( Week)

= ( 209 Litres ) / Home / Week

 

This Bin Area is Adequate.

 


 

The Chelwood Close Bin Area

Serves 48 Homes and Families.

( 7 ) x ( Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Normal Refuse )

( 2 ) x ( Taylor 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Mixed Recycling )

( 1 ) x ( Taylor 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bin ) for ( Glass Recycling )

 

Weekly Capacity for Normal Refuse:

= ( 7 Bins ) x ( 1100 Litres / Bin ) / ( 48 Homes ) / ( Week)

= ( 160 Litres ) / Home / Week

 

This Bin Area is Adequate.

 


 

Inventory for The Total Numbers of Bins in Stanmer Heights

( 25 ) x ( Taylor Type 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Normal Refuse )

( 8 ) x ( Taylor Type 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Mixed Recycling )

( 3 ) x ( Taylor Type 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Glass Recycling )

 

Total.

( 36 ) x ( Taylor Type 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bins )

 


 

The Historical Context of The Four Bin Areas

There are, Brand New Bins, and, Old Bins, in Stanmer Heights.

 

Stanmer Heights has had These Four Bin Areas,

for about 10 Years, since about 2009,

with An Original Delivery, of An Admixture of,

Taylor Type 1100/1280 Litre Mobile Bins, at That Time.

 

20 Brand New Bins

In November 2017,

BHCC Housing made A Payment, to BHCC CityClean,

for A Set of Brand New Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins,

for Stanmer Heights.

 

That Payment, was able to afford:

( 20 ) x ( Brand New Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ) for ( Normal Refuse )

That were distributed to The Bin Areas in Stanmer Heights.

 

Of Those ( 20 ) x ( Brand New Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ) :

(1) ( 5 ) x ( Brand New Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ),

are ( 5 of The 7 Normal Refuse Bins ), in The First Bramble Way Bin Area.

(2) ( 8 ) x ( Brand New Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ),

are ( The 8 Normal Refuse Bins ), in The Orchid View Bin Area.

(3) ( 7 ) x ( Brand New Taylor 1100 Litre Mobile Bins ),

are ( The 7 Normal Refuse Bins ), in The Chelwood Close Bin Area.

 

The Remaining 16 Old Bins

Therefore:

16 of The 36 Taylor Type Bins, in Stanmer Heights,

are Old and Variously Deteriorating.

 

Of Those ( 16 Old Taylor Type Mobile Bins ), in Stanmer Heights:

(1) ( 2 of The 7 Normal Refuse Bins ),

in The First Bramble Way Bin Area, are Old.

(2) ( All 3 of The Normal Refuse Bins ),

in The Second Bramble Way Bin Area, are Old.

(3) ( All 8 Mixed Recycling Bins ), in Stanmer Heights, are Old.

(4) ( All 3 Glass Recycling Bins ), in Stanmer Heights, are Old.

 


 

The Four Bin Areas of Stanmer Heights

These Photographs illustrate,

The Condition of The Four Bin Areas of Stanmer Heights,

for Monday 24 July 2019, for You.

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(2019 0624 Mon 0725) The First Bramble Way Bin Area.

 

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(2019 0624 Mon 0731) The Second Bramble Way Bin Area.

 

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(2019 0624 Mon 0734) The Orchid View Bin Area.

 

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(2019 0624 Mon 0740) The Chelwood Close Bin Area.

 


 

Context

I have done Litter Picking and Street Cleaning,

in Stanmer Heights, since December 2017,

about 18 Months.

 

People have been Complimentary,

in All of That Time.

 

When Street Cleaning and Litter Picking,

I have observed, that, sadly,

People in Stanmer Heights,

keep making All The Same Mistakes,

when using The Bins,

which then causes Litter and Mess,

in The Bin Areas and in The Streets.

 

Having observed All These Mistakes,

I typed and printed and posted,

This Letter to Everyone in Stanmer Heights,

at The Beginning of April 2018,

which was meant to be, A Helpful List of Instructions,

that People could follow, which would help Them,

to not make Any Mistakes, when using The Bins, please:

2018 0329 Hello Stanmer Heights (PDF)

 

In July 2018, I began working on,

This Draft Educational 10 Page Document,

for printing, to put in A Nice A4 Display Book,

for posting to Everyone in Stanmer Heights,

which would help Everyone to understand,

how and why, Everyone should care,

to use The Bins properly:

2019 0206 Please Keep Stanmer Heights Tidy (PDF)

This Project could be funded by,

The EDB Quick Budget.

 

Sadly, in All of This Time,

November 2017 – June 2019,

The Present Time,

People have not learned to care,

and, People have not learned,

to stop making All The Same Mistakes.