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Most rubbish bins I see are placed in such a way that if the
rubbish misses the receptacle then it ends up in the park
edge or waterway.
I suggest using a computer modelling to try and pin down the
best placement of rubbish bins as to gather as much refuse
and make the least stain.
bin type, weather conditions (winds), traffic, local
shops and even primary school race days.
I like great tasting fish and chips and want it to stay that
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||This is a specialization of the general idea of using computer modelling in town planning. Which is in itself a good idea and much better than the current method which seems to involve throwing darts at a local map and saying "That'll do".
||Shirley the solution is to remove all the bins for one week,
and then replace them wherever there is the most litter?
||You'd have to do it when there's no wind, or else the bins will all end up tucked away in corners where the wind eddies.
||Max, I'll send you out to bag the data and plot
||A bin in the middle of that creek, you say.
||[wagster] maybe, a specialized wind bin for those
really grubby corners.
||An obvious application for "flocking road cones" technology; migratory bins.