Paul Bristow MP "Disposal of Waste (advertising & penalty provision)"

Paul Bristow MP of Peterborough at the House of Commons Chamber, where he delivered a crucial 10 Minute Bill addressing the issue of fly-tipping. The bill, titled "Disposal of Waste (advertising & penalty provision)"

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Huge increase in fly-tipping since start of the coronavirus pandemic

Reports of incidents of illegal dumping rocketed by almost 350% percent since the first lockdown compared to before the Coronavirus pandemic.

Lots of fly-tipping, but zero prosecutions in Lewisham

It's a disgusting sight and judging by the fact that graffiti has been sprayed on some of the dumped rubbish, at least some of it has been there quite a while.

Have a green Christmas

The Government reckons there is usually around 30% more waste than usual at Christmas. So what can we do to help make it more of a green Christmas?

Men Fined For Dumping Waste Illegally

Three men have been fined for dumping waste illegally at a huge fly-tipping site in Hampshire.

Plans announced for deposits on bottles, cans and cups

As the UK tries to pave the way to a greener future, new plans have been released which could see consumers forced to pay a returnable deposit on bottles, cans and disposable cups.

Mass fly-tippers who dumped tons of rubbish convicted

An uncle and nephew have been convicted of dumping waste from household refits on derelict land in north London.

Councils Ban Vans Using The Tip

With almost a million fly-tipping incidents a year occurring in England alone last year, is the approach by the council to ban vans using the tip just making things worse?

UK Government To Ban Baby Wipes and Single-use Nappies

Many busy parents say they want to do more to help, but admit their lives would be made much harder.

Oceans In Peril As They Continue To Be Filled With Rubbish

One area of open ocean in the North Pacific has an unusually large collection of plastics, so much so, that it has been named as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

People power forces supermarkets to ditch plastic

We are now seeing more companies than ever sitting up to take responsibility for their products and their packaging.