Fly-tipping is on the rise, with local authorities forking out more than £57.7 million last year to clear up rubbish dumped on public roads, paths and land.
It’s the highest bill since 2008/9.
Social Media. It’s a polarising topic. Either it’s the origin of all that’s wrong with the world or the most brilliant way to keep in touch with friends and loved ones.
Cromwell Polythene managing director James Lee encourages local authorities not to have a knee jerk reaction to anti-plastic media reports.
It seems the last quarter has been a lot about single use – but with 8 meetings attended recently by me– no danger of the LARAC Chair being single use – a heads up for Carole!
In her speech on the environment on 11th January 2018, Theresa May made reference to her election manifesto where she pledged, “to make ours the first generation to leave the natural environment in a better state than we found it.”