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I’m not sure if our recycling waste will be collected tomorrow, because it’s a bank holiday. If not, can you please get them on site today? I asked because we only have one empty bin left. I don’t think it last us for the weekend.
Please respond urgently.

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I’m not sure if our recycling will be collected tomorrow, because it’s a bank holiday. If not, can you please get it out today? I am asking because we only have one empty bin left, and I don’t think it will last us for the weekend.
Please respond as it's urgent.

Clive

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My original sentence is correct, right? No, it's not. I've marked some errors in bold.

I’m not sure if our recycling waste will be collected tomorrow, because it’s a bank holiday. If not, can you please get them on site today? I asked because we only have one empty bin left. I don’t think it last us for the weekend.

Clive

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Why do you changed the following to:

I am asking

Please respond it's urgent .

Why do you changed the following to:

I am asking <<< This is more natural English, and conveys more sense of urgency.

Please respond as / because it's urgent .

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My original sentence is correct, right?

Please respond as / because it's urgent .

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I ask because we only have one bin empty left, and I don't think it will last us for the weekend.

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Please respond urgently.