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The fight to stop fly-tipping in one Greater Manchester town

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A new campaign to crackdown on people fly-tipping household and commercial waste has been launched by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and Trafford council.

Town hall chiefs say illegally dumping rubbish costs the council tens of thousands of pounds to clean up and leaves neighbourhoods looking a mess.

From January to April 2024, almost 100 tonnes of fly-tipping was removed in the borough by the One Trafford Partnership. Many of the items dumped could have been recycled, donated or even sold secondhand.

Clearing up fly-tipping costs the council essential budget which could be spent on alternative services for residents, like schools, libraries and adult social care, bosses say.

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