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    Default Flush or bin?

    We always flush when using sposies.

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    Default Flush or bin?

    Bin it

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    Bin for sposies, flush for MCNs.

    Over the years, many posters have claimed it's illegal to bin it. I have repeatedly asked for proof of this; no-one has ever been able to provide it.

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    Default Re: Flush or bin?

    If its a hard poop I will flush but no way if its soft am I scraping it. Straight into nappy bag and to the outside garbage bin.

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    It's listed in our council information lambjam.

    Not illegal, but not an acceptable refuse item

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    Default Flush or bin?

    Have only ever scraped from an MCN with a flushable liner.

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    Bin for sposies, flush for MCNs.

    Over the years, many posters have claimed it's illegal to bin it. I have repeatedly asked for proof of this; no-one has ever been able to provide it.
    We will be getting a new bin system soon and nappies are stated in the pamphlets as going in normal rubbish.
    Our council seems to think it is acceptable and the norm.
    We bin in it.

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    I didn't use disposable nappies with DD until she was older and only in a night nappy which she didn't poo in. But for other peoples' kids I flush because we don't go through that much rubbish here and the bin only gets taken out every few days. I don't want poo in my bin inside the house for that long. I also flush the cat poo, I use a flushable litter and each morning will flush the solid bits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    Bin for sposies, flush for MCNs.

    Over the years, many posters have claimed it's illegal to bin it. I have repeatedly asked for proof of this; no-one has ever been able to provide it.
    It depends on the council, give them a call to check.

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    I flush poo, but only once they're proper t*rds, not splurty yellow breast milk splats.


 

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