Clwyd West assembly member Darren Millar
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'Anger' over three-weekly bin pick-ups move in Conwy

Conwy has opted to collect non-recyclable rubbish every three weeks - and not four, as proposed.

The council currently collects waste every fortnight, spending about £2.9m each year to dispose of its rubbish.

A report found more than half could be recycled, with Conwy calling the loss of resources "unacceptable".

On Tuesday, the council voted in favour of three-weekly collections, but it will run a pilot of four-weekly pick-ups in one area of the county.

Clwyd West assembly member Darren Millar said there was a "lot of anger" over the changes.

  • 23 Feb 2016