That's not true. Putting a new recycling bin next to every household bin on Tunstall Road (no front gardens) doubled the number of bins on an already crowded pavement. And for whatever reason, they do not stay close to the wall they are set against but stay all over the pavement. Plus, whereas there is room for one small bin between each front door and the adjacent bedroom windows, with the additional bins there is actually no room for them against the wall, so if they are not dancing around the street they sit against people's windows. That's simply not true. Recycling is currently expected to reduce the amount of landfill. Not eliminate it. Consequently we all still have a regular waste collection and everyone still requires a regular bin for that purpose.