Recent fly-tipping NEWS


How to: safely dispose of a Christmas Tree in your area

When Christmas comes to an end, you’ll need to consider what you’re going to do with your Christmas tree. This article explains how to dispose of it correctly in each area of Wales.

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The people who DO want your waste this Christmas

Join us as we shine a spotlight on five incredible Welsh businesses, initiatives and charities who continue to play an important role in helping to reduce household waste, which in turn, helps to reduce the amount of fly-tipping in Wales.

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How-to: Re-use, Recycle, Re-home

This will help to reduce the amount of waste found in landfill, leave more room in your black bags for non-recyclable rubbish and help to reduce the amount of household waste found fly-tipped.

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How-to: Prepare for an increase in Household Waste this Christmas

Here are a few easy things you can do to plan ahead, all of which will help you deal with any excess ‘Christ-mess’ before it has even happened…

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Householders in Wales urged to steer clear of illegal rubbish removal operators advertising on social media during the Coronavirus Firebreak Lockdown

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£300 Fixed Penalty Notice Introduced to Help Prevent Fly-tipping

Local Authorities in Wales now have the ability to issue Fixed Penalty Notices to householders who have failed to meet their duty of care.

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Top 5 Welsh Local Authorities for fly-tipping enforcement

Fly-tipping incidents down 8% in the last year as top five local authorities for prosecutions are revealed.

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