Well in recent months the momentum gathers as a large scale rubbish dump is found by the authorities in the UK and a man is reportedly arrested at airport.
Estimated clear up 5 million
Fly tipping on the rise as local councils change the set ups of how to dispose of their responsibility oh I meant rubbish. Yes it is difficult whichever way you turn but the hope is that although we have to pay for recycling innovations it is far better than just land filling it or allowing the fly tippers to rule the streets
Responsibility comes from many different areas and that includes the general public in the first instance but it takes an important body of politicians to put something together that is sustainable
People here in Southampton / Portsmouth / Winchester are all now beginning to feel the costs as a vary prominent player in the industry called Veolia take control of waste disposals. Charges are inevitable as costs of disposal rise and more base items get re-classified
Everything from asbestos in old schools to sheds and fence panels come under recent changes because how they are to be disposed of - UNFORTUANATELY CHEAP DISPOSAL is not an option anymore just responsible. What do you think?