Think-tank urges litter and fly-tipping crackdown

By Mark Conrad | 07 November 2022

Councils should be required to use outsourced firms if they fail to enforce litter and fly-tipping laws, a think-tank has suggested.

The proposal from liberal conservatism think-tank Bright Blue form part of its suggestions to stem the rising tide of fly-tipping across England, which increased by 18% between 2018 and 2021.

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