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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A NEW hit squad has been set up to combat "spiralling" levels of flytipping in Coventry.
She admitted flytipping at Manchester magistrates court last month, and was fined PS560 with court costs of PS125.
A FARMER has called on the public to help catch flytipping culprits in the act after her Barrow-upon-Soar farm was targeted by offenders.
FARMERS and landowners are counting the cost of increased flytipping following the release of Welsh Government statistics relating to incidents, enforcement actions and prosecution outcomes.
A Bridgend council spokesman said: "The council, Kier and Valleys to Coast Housing Association are looking at how persistent flytipping and misuse of the community recycling facilities can be tackled.
ONE million Scots are living in "dirty" communities blighted by an increase in litter, graffiti and flytipping, a charity have claimed.
Flytippers dump mouldy stained mattress in children's play area I hate flytipping, but if Kirklees didn't make it so hard to dump rubbish at the local tips then this probably wouldn't have happened.
YET more alleyways on Teesside have fallen victim to the unsightly growing trend of flytipping - and one landlord is to be spoken to by council chiefs in connection with the problem.
clampdown, which sees it work with Durham Police, the Environment Agency and Crimestoppers to crack down on flytipping.
They have blamed a surge in flytipping on a backlog of broken-down kitchen appliances at over-stretched council recycling centres.
THERE were nearly 6,000 flytipping incidents across North Wales in 2014/15, but only 0.
Forth, 29, of Elizabeth Street, Blackhall Colliery, was fined PS352, ordered to pay PS410 costs and a PS35 victim surcharge after admitting flytipping at a hearing in February.