fly-tipping

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fly-tipping

n
the deliberate dumping of rubbish in an unauthorized place
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fly-tipping

[ˌflaɪˈtɪpɪŋ] Ndescarga f (ilegal) de basura
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The CLA has put forward proposals for changes to the law which would provide better protection for private property owners who become victims of fly tipping through no fault of their own.
It only needs a few of the perpetrators to be caught and put in front of the magistrates, give them a hefty fine or, better still, jail and others would think twice about fly tipping.
Fly tipping is a blight on the landscape and damaging to the environment
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Gateshead reportedly more than halved fly tipping, from 6,504 instances in 2010/11 to 2,952 in 2011/12.
If fly tipping is done on public land then we will remove it, but on private land it's the responsibility of the land owner.
Figures released by the Environment Agency show that in 2007 and 2008, Birmingham City Council tackled 47,258 incidents of fly tipping and spent pounds 2,390,681 on clean-ups.
Dear Editor, - Contrary to Michelle Platman's assertion ( Post, June 1) the residents of Harborne and Quinton have not suddenly taken to fly tipping their garden waste all over the place.
They have warned people convicted of fly tipping could face heavy fines or even imprisonment if they are caught dumping rubbish.
Mr McCartney and the Green Streams river project made the discovery earlier this month at a notorious fly tipping spot in Milnsbridge.
This is the sight that greets people as they drive through Merthyr Common despite repeated efforts to stop people fly tipping.
MORE than 60,000 incidents of fly tipping were recorded last year in the North East - 10,000 more than the previous 12 months.