COUNCILLORS want people to let them have their views on changes to the bin collections.
Planned changes to Kirklees Council's household waste and recycling collection services will be under the spotlight at a council overview and scrutiny panel next week.
A pilot scheme which involved 5,000 households in the Almondbury, Dalton, Lepton and Moldgreen areas included a new system for bin collections with grey wheeled bins emptied one week and green recycling bins the next.
Now the council hope to expand the scheme across Kirklees over the next two years.
There have been some concerns during the pilot scheme but many have welcomed the new collections.
The Overview and Scrutiny Panel for Safer, Stronger Communities, chaired by Clr Masood Ahmed, will meet publicly at 11am in Huddersfield Town Hall on February 15 to discuss the new plans' implications.
He said: "Refuse collection is a key frontline service which has a major impact on the lives of residents."
The panel is not a decision-making body but makes recommendations on council policies and services and is keen to hear from the public.