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Homeowners will be able to dump DIY waste for FREE in England to crackdown on fly

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Homeowners will be able to dump DIY waste for FREE in England to crackdown on fly

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Homeowners will be able to dump DIY waste for FREE in England to crackdown on fly

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Homeowners will be able to dump DIY waste for FREE in England to crackdown on fly

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Homeowners will be able to dump DIY waste for FREE in England to crackdown on fly

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Nude photos Gardens Grey Homeowners will

Homeowners will be able to dump DIY waste for FREE in England to crackdown on fly

Old baths and other household items could be taken to waste and recycling centres for free under new plans.

  • These old baths were found underneath the M8 motorway in Glasgow Last year councils dealt with 1.

  • Proposals put out for consultation would prevent councils from charging households for disposing of rubbish from their own renovation work, such as old baths and showers, paving slabs and tiles, at waste and recycling centres.

  • The Local Government Association, which represents councils, criticised the proposals, saying polling showed eight out of 10 people were happy with the way their local authority collects their rubbish.

Homeowners will be able to dump DIY waste for FREE in England to crackdown on fly

Share It warns that some booking systems are discouraging use of council waste and recycling centres, causing a risk of increased residual waste and fly-tipping.

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  • Fly-tippers targeted this bit of land under the M8 in Glasgow 'As a result, some councils have had to introduce charges for this waste due to the rising costs of providing the service and the financial pressure they are under.

  • This fly-tipping epidemic costs the country up to £392 million a year, according to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.




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