Householders could face fines for using fly-tippers

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Householders could face fines for using fly-tippers

Action to combat unlicensed waste carriers to be taken after Environment Agency uncovers 850 illegal dumping sites in a year

Households whose rubbish ends up being dumped illegally by unauthorised disposal companies could face fines under plans being considered by the government. Councils could be given the power to directly...

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