Post Tagged with: "fly-tipping"

Rubble waste amount drops by 80% in Cheshire East amid new charge

Rubble waste amount drops by 80% in Cheshire East amid new charge

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
The amount of rubble waste being dealt with at Cheshire East tips has fallen by 80% since a new charge was introduced.

Cheshire East Council launched a charge of £3.50 per bag for construction waste in January as part of wider changes to its recycling centres.

November 14, 2018 1 comment Environment, News, Politics
Cheshire East Council Leader says residents need to be “more responsible” with wheelie bins

Cheshire East Council Leader says residents need to be “more responsible” with wheelie bins

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
The leader of Cheshire East Council has backed a new replacement wheelie bin charge – and says residents need to “take greater responsibility” for their bins!

Cllr Rachel Bailey insists the controversial new wheelie bin charge is necessary to maintain what she claims is the borough’s “excellent waste and recycling services”.

October 4, 2018 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Fly-tippers block Nantwich to Crewe Greenway

Fly-tippers block Nantwich to Crewe Greenway

Angry users of the Nantwich to Crewe Greenway hit out at fly-tippers today who dumped this massive load of rubbish across the route.

Early morning users of the route which connects the two towns found the dump close off Middlewich Road close to the entrance to Alvaston Hall Hotel.

Council bosses bid to remove travellers from Barony Park in Nantwich

Council bosses bid to remove travellers from Barony Park in Nantwich

Council chiefs claim they are trying to reclaim Barony Park in Nantwich after travellers set up camp there almost a week ago.

Families with more than 20 caravans and vehicles arrived on the council-owned park last Friday (June 3).

June 9, 2016 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Wulvern’s pledge over fly-tipping signs and CCTV outside “Flash” home

Wulvern’s pledge over fly-tipping signs and CCTV outside “Flash” home

Wulvern Housing chiefs have pledged to remove signs and CCTV from scrap metal collector Michael “Flash” Meakin’s Nantwich property if fly-tipping stops.

Thousands of residents have protested at Wulvern after they installed signs and a camera outside Mr Meakin’s home on Gerard Drive.

August 13, 2015 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News
Fly-tipping is turning streets into an eyesore, say Nantwich residents

Fly-tipping is turning streets into an eyesore, say Nantwich residents

Angry residents in Nantwich are calling for a crackdown on tenants dumping and fly-tipping junk in their streets.

Families in Albert Street and Arnold Street area of the town say items like pushchairs, freezers, shopping trollies, an oven and rubbish bags have been dumped.

February 19, 2015 4 comments Environment, Human Interest, News