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“Hundreds of public bodies and quangos, including local councils, will also be able to access the data to investigate flytipping and other less serious crimes.”
“I do jot know where jess the dog lives but if you live in the country you will know that flytipping is already a big problem and getting worse.”
“Ministers announced the new stop-and- search powers for bin police as they released figures showing a massive jump in flytipping in England in the 12 months up to this spring. posted by GayandRight @ 10:11 PM”
“The man from the council Fylde Council this time said that tranferring anything from his garden onto the beach would constitute flytipping under the Neighbourhoods and Environment Act.”
“In the past few years other directives have made it ever more difficult to dispose of all sorts of items, from fridges to old paint cans, predictably leading predictably to an explosion in flytipping.”
“A spectacularly poorly intergrated piece of street: a dead corner that acts as a magnet for flytipping leading into a steep and uneven ramp with an advertising post slap bang in the middle of the concourse.”
“It allows officers to find links between people carrying out flytipping, for example, and rogue builders," he said.”
“For the second event in Llanedeyrn, armed with litterpickers, a grapple hook and a wheelbarrow, ten other staff members spent all day clearing the woods behind Llanedeyrn Play Centre of flytipping and litter.”
“Why is it if I dump an old fridge at the side of the road its flytipping and I'm pursued for and expected to pay a substantial fine?”
“A midlands man has been fined and ordered to carry out community service after being caught flytipping seven times in as many months.”
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