Posted on 14 February 2024

How Heroic Villagers in Meriden Stopped Fly-Tippers in Their Tracks

A Tale of Trash: The Unwelcome Guests In the tranquil countryside of the Packington Estate near Meriden, a pair of unwelcome guests arrived uninvited, their white vans bearing ill intentions and unwanted cargo. As the sun shone overhead, they brazenly flung black bin bags and pipes onto the road, like confetti at a party nobody wanted to attend. Villagers vs. Villainy: The Showdown But little did these would-be polluters know,...

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Posted on 25 January 2024

The Curious Case of Philip Taylor: Unearthing an Unusual Environmental Offense

In the peaceful town of Scorton, nestled in North Yorkshire, an extraordinary incident has recently captured the community's attention. It's a tale that unveils unexpected twists in the world of waste disposal and serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of responsible environmental stewardship. A Peculiar Suspect Emerges Philip Taylor, at the ripe age of 70, isn't the archetypal figure you'd associate with an environmental controversy. Yet, this peculiar...

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Posted on 24 August 2022

Businesses paid out £3 million in commercial fly-tipping fees in last 3 years

Ever wondered if those business' and individuals that fly-tip ever get caught? Well they do. This is why it's important to use a compliant waste company when hiring a skip. Following a 300% increase in searches for the term ‘how to report fly-tipping’ in the past year, a new study from sustainable waste management experts, Envirovue, looks into the number of commercial fly-tipping fines handed out in the past three years and the cost...

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