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    Tipping poo isn't hard with a toddler who is on solids exclusively, unless they're unwell.

    But yes, I know that in Qld, that clinical waste doesn't include nappies, pads, bandages, etc (though it may differ from council to council). That's just Qld legislation in regards to waste management.

    I still think it's a better idea to tip it if you can though.

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    Default Re: The great "flush or bin?" debate...

    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    nope, no way would i tip the crap down the loo before putting it in the bin. defeats the purpose of using disposables. lol.
    ^ this


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    I'm scared the poo will hit the water and splash poo water in my face

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    This thread needs to be made sticky. Finally, a BH debate that can be put to rest.

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    Yes!!!

    I tip it in the bin anyway (if it's possible IYKWIM), for the smell factor. If it were illegal, how the hell could they police that, anyway?? Would there have to be poo inspectors, checking each bin on bin night?? LOL

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    I've seen signs on neighbour's bins telling them they contained things that weren't supposed to be in there... so they must monitor the bins somehow, at least some of the time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I've seen signs on neighbour's bins telling them they contained things that weren't supposed to be in there... so they must monitor the bins somehow, at least some of the time...
    What a job! Waste disposal compliance officer?

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    Default Re: The great "flush or bin?" debate...

    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I've seen signs on neighbour's bins telling them they contained things that weren't supposed to be in there... so they must monitor the bins somehow, at least some of the time...
    like what? interesting...:what:

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    Default The great "flush or bin?" debate...

    Quote Originally Posted by beccacino View Post
    What a job! Waste disposal compliance officer?
    Seriously that's what my BIL is for the local council!
    All stuff in the recycle bin gets processed by workers picking through it all as its tipped on conveyor belts ( would not want that job!) I know that's why they say not to put poo nappys in the recycle bin as those poor workers have to pick them out!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I've seen signs on neighbour's bins telling them they contained things that weren't supposed to be in there... so they must monitor the bins somehow, at least some of the time...
    Yes, they do. And if you are warned a certain number of times they will refuse to empty your bins. There are warnings about this on council waste disposal info. Well there is on mine anyway.

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    How do they know whose bin things come from?


 

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