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South Holland faces reported 130 per cent rise in fly-tipping, according to district council




South Holland council tax payers are being warned that street cleaning services are under strain from an "avalanche" of fly-tipping.

The area has seen a reported 130 per cent jump in reports of dumped waste , despite the reopening of household waste recycling centres three months ago.

Spalding Marsh, Wykeham, West Pinchbeck and Cowbit are just four of the areas where household waste, including mattresses, timber, furniture, building materials and even children's toys have been thrown down and left in recent weeks.



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