Fears Gwynedd garden waste bin charges could lead to fly-tipping increase

Fears Gwynedd garden waste bin charges could lead to fly-tipping increase
 

The introduction of yearly charges of up to £33 for gardeners to have their garden waste collected fortnightly could spark an increase in fly-tipping.
That is the view of community leaders after Gwynedd Council’s cabinet voted in favour of bringing in the charge to make a £750,000 saving in the 2017/18 financial year.
The move will see residents charged £33 a year for collecting their garden waste in a 240 litre-size bin and £28 a year for every additional or smaller 140 litre bin.
Currently, nine Welsh authorities, including Denbighshire, charge for the collection to encourage residents to... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 29
Source: Daily Post
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