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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Cllr Abdul Khan, added: Anyone who witnesses fly tipping should report it when they see it.
Cllr Jayne Innes, Cabinet Member for City Services, said that the oneoff funding was in response to an increase in cases of fly tipping and concerns about litter in parts of the city.
No, there is no excuse for so-called fly tipping, but certainly there are overriding reasons as to why fly tipping has become such a big problem for Birmingham.
Meanwhile aNorthumberland County Councilspokesperson said: "Fly tipping is a serious environmental crime and the council's environmental enforcement officers investigate hundreds of fly tipping incidents each year.
wales David A Bithell, Lead Member for Environment and Transport at Wrexham Council, said: "We welcome the news that we continue to have low incidents of fly tipping compared to other authorities in North Wales.
He added: "Local authorities are pretty cash-strapped these days and if people are concerned about their own council's responses to waste removal, it doesn't make any sense to cost them even more in cleaning up fly tipping.
Gavin Dixon: "Not condoning fly tipping but it is to be expected once the council's started charging for waste collections.
If the identity of the person or people responsible in any instance of fly tipping becomes known to officers, the council is not afraid to take enforcement action.
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.
FlyMapper helps enforcement officers track incidents of fly tipping >
Mr McCartney and the Green Streams river project made the discovery earlier this month at a notorious fly tipping spot in Milnsbridge.
Two thirds of fly tipping involves household rubbish and GMB believes it would make good economic sense to invest in more municipal waste and recycling centres to make it easier and cheaper for the public to dispose of waste properly.