Two ugly words emerge from both sides of the bin charges debate

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The new bin charges proposals allow for the abolishing of a flat-rate fee imposed on householders by some waste companies. Instead, homeowners would have the option of paying by lift or paying by weight. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The new bin charges proposals allow for the abolishing of a flat-rate fee imposed on householders by some waste companies. Instead, homeowners would have the option of paying by lift or paying by weight. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

We have two big words for you to mull over this morning, and being an equal opportunities digest, they come from both sides of the garbage divide.

The new bin charges proposals allow for the abolishing of a flat-rate fee imposed on householders by some waste companies. Instead, homeowners would have the option of paying by lift or paying by weight.

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