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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Farmers facing fly-tipping threat NEW waste crime measures designed to tackle fly-tipping could leave innocent farmers and landowners in the lurch, it's been claimed.
Ms Williams added: "Almost twothirds of farmers and landowners have been affected by fly-tipping in Wales and England - over half of them agree that this is a significant issue in their area.
Council officers have successfully prosecuted a resident believed to have withheld information relating to fly-tipping.
Councillors have approved PS107,000 to be spent on a new mobile team, which will focus on the problem areas of Foleshill and Hillfields where 80 per cent of the city's fly-tipping takes place.
SHOCKING photographs have been posted online highlighting the problem of fly-tipping in Bootle.
A new poster launched by Birmingham City Council sends out a clear message against fly-tipping The posters feature glow-in-thedark reflective eyes and a message laid out in the style of a series of car registration plates, saying IF YOU FLY TIP WE WILL CATCH YOU.
In response to alarming government statistics - that fly-tipping cost councils in England [pounds sterling]58 million to clear up in 2016-17 - campaigners have launched the hotline, Junk Hunters.
AS fly-tipping continues to blight the streets Newcastle City Council has revealed the eye-watering cost of keeping the city clean.
A PS10 fee to get rid of DIY rubbish will encourage fly-tipping, antilitter campaigners fear.
Matt Wakelam, operational manager at Cardiff council, also said the authority is looking at a partnership with Vodafone to track fly-tipping.
Coun Alec Brown, the council's cabinet member for neighbourhoods, said: "There is absolutely no excuse for fly-tipping.