Fly-tipping fears as council rolls out trade waste charges

Fly-tipping fears as council rolls out trade waste charges
 

0 Have your say By the end of this month, Borders businesses will be charged up to £875 a year to dispose of trade waste, giving rise to fears of increased fly-tipping.
The Scottish Borders Council permit scheme, introduced in Hawick last week and in Galashiels, at Easter Langlee, on Monday, will be rolled out to Peebles, Eyemouth, Duns and Kelso by the end of this month.
Two licences are available to businesses – a standard permit costing £340 a year for the disposal of paper, cardboard, cans, plastics, scrap metal and wood; and a green, construction and recycling permit costing £875... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 32
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