Everything you need to know about Chesterfield recycling centre. Where to find it, what wastes they accept, rules and regulations.
Hello guys today I'd like to talk to you about fly tipping Sheffield. What is fly-tipping fly-tipping is where generally waste is dumped illegally in certain areas normally by unlicensed individuals homeowners tradesman and many others. One of the main problems with fly-tipping is the fact that is unsightly and it's highly expensive to tidy up.
Certain councils and authorities up and down the country spent hundreds of thousands of pounds each year cleaning up illegal fly tipping year on year. There's certain things people can do a individuals and to reduce fly-tipping one of the things that they can do is make sure that they use a fully licensed waste removal company the second thing is making sure that they issued with the correct paperwork on completion of their rubbish being removed. The paperwork that you should be issued with should be what they call a waste transfer note the items on a waste transfer note should include your full address your full name a brief description of the waste that been removed the contractors full name and full address and also their waste licence number which can be checked on the environment agency website. If individuals wether that be members of the public tradesman or rubbish removal companies are found to be tipping waste in a legal areas the face of fine up to £5,000.
The most popular items to be fly tipped are black bags this is based on a survey that was taken up and down the country by different councils The second most popular item was builders and tradesmen waste generally coming from refurbishment projects such as kitchens and bathrooms. In certain areas up and down the country fly tipping Sheffield seems to be on the increase some of the reasons people are giving for flytipping is lack of Transport the price of waste disposal and certain Council tip not allowing certain way streams to enter and also the location of some Council tips is not ideal. Thank you for reading my post please leave some comments with regards to why you think fly-tipping takes place how it can be reduced and any other comments that you would like to make on the above post thank you.
Here, is a list of all the Chesterfield charity shops. As well as contact details, locations and alternative ways to get rid of your unwanted items.
Here we look at the consequences of fly tipping in Barnsley. As well as why it happens, how to avoid becoming a victim and where to report it.