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Joanthan Djanogly speaks out against fly-tipping in Huntingdonshire


17th October 2007

In the year ending March 2007, Huntingdonshire experienced 1,043 separate incidents of fly-tipping costing the Council almost £60,000 to clear up.

In the year ending March 2007, Huntingdonshire experienced 1,043 separate incidents of fly-tipping costing the Council almost £60,000 to clear up. Nationally, local authorities in England have to deal with 2.6 million incidents of fly-tipping, representing a 5% increase on the previous year.

Jonathan Djanogly commented:

"Fly-tipping is not only expensive to clear-up, it is often unhygienic, unsightly and a blight on Huntingdonshire.

People must take responsibility for their own waste and if you see someone fly-tipping, tell them to take their rubbish with them."



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