Bin boss takes out Exeter's rubbish

PUBLISHED: 15:40 09 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:46 10 June 2010

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9 - Residents in Exeter may find their bins being emptied by Head of Environmental Health Services, Robert Norley.

Residents in Exeter may find their bins being emptied by Head of Environmental Health Services, Robert Norley.

Mr Norley will undertake a full shift on a cleansing vehicle with a crew tomorrow (October 10).

This is just one of the initiatives by Exeter City Council to celebrate National Customer Service Week, October 6 to October 10.

Other activities include displays, badges and giveaways at the Customer Service Centre in the Civic Centre.

The purpose of National Customer Service Week is to raise awareness of customer service and the vital role it plays in organisations.


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