Hi is there anyone from the Church Cnr Riccarton area that has joined a group called CHIRPY if so are you able to give me information, they advertise on F/B a lot but information is sketchy about the group. Thank you.
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More than 200 Christchurch parks will be left without rubbish bins when the city council finishes removing 840 of them across the city.
About 100 “smart” bins will be installed instead, but 211 “low-use” neighbourhood parks will have their bins taken away and not returned.
The smart bins are bigger and are equipped with sensor technology that provides the council’s maintenance contractor with daily information on how full each bin is.
Council head of parks Andrew Rutledge said the data meant the contractor only needed to send crews out to empty the bins when required, saving time and money.
In areas without bins, the council encouraged people to take any rubbish home with them, and put it in their red wheelie bin.