The reduced opening hours at the Spalding salvage depot are causing chaos.
Queues of responsible citizens wishing to dispose of their waste in a responsible way are constantly stretching back almost to the roundabout.
Quite apart from frustration, the situation is also dangerous.
Having just returned from my time in the queue, I can testify that large container trucks are coming by every few seconds, overtaking the queue on a bend in the road.
It’s an accident waiting to happen. Also has it occurred to anyone that it could result in an epidemic of fly tipping,? I imagine this is what all of us wish to avoid.
If financial cutbacks have caused the situation, may I suggest that economies could be made in other directions.
I must add that once one has reached the disposal point, the staff are very helpful and efficient.