Fly-tipping incident recorded every 30 seconds
Local authorities in England dealt with over a million fly-tipping incidents last year, or around one every 30 seconds, research by Expert Market has uncovered.This cost councils £12.9m to clean up, with the City of London the most fly-tipped area in the UK, followed by Sheffield, Camden, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hounslow and Redcar. Household waste accounte
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