Council to crack down on-fly tippers

Council to crack down on-fly tippers
 

WARWICK District Council is teaming-up to tackle fly-tipping.
Council chiefs have agreed to work with Rugby Borough Council’s enforcement team to start investigating and prosecuting fly-tippers.
The suggested plan would see Warwick collect evidence and pass it on to colleagues in Rugby to investigate and produce prosecution case files – at a cost of £75 per hour. This was deemed a better option than having an in-house investigation team.
The move follows criticism that the council was allowing fly-tippers to get away with dumping rubbish illegally.
Warwick district has the highest level of... read more

 
27 July 2017 in Regional West, Views: 32
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