Rethinking council bulky waste and fly-tipping

AnyJunk annually conducts research into the extent of fly-tipping across England looking at the rate of occurrences in each borough council and their responses to the problem. Its latest report, released in September, showed that instances of fly-tipping on public land fell by 15 per cent last year, from 777,744 to 651,380. Certain councils achieved some significant reductions with Kensington and Chelsea, for example, cutting instances of fly-tipping by 88 per cent, down from 47,672 to 5,492.

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