BBC look east, report on the rising problem with flytipping and the surge since lockdown and how Martin Montague's app can help catch fly-tippers.
Clearwaste's Martin Montague was on ITV Meridian this morning talking about the upsurge in fly-tipping since lockdown began and ClearWaste.com are doing to help tackle the problem.
Fly-tipping continues to plague the country with the number of reports rising and the cost to the taxpayer squeezing local council budgets. ClearWaste is a free app that allows you to report fly-tipping to your local council, while also uploading evidence to help tackle the problem head on by prosecuting waste criminals.
Residents in Bishop Waltham and the surrounding area are struggling as road closures caused by illegal waste dumping continue to occur. ClearWaste is a free app that allows you to report fly-tipping to your local council, while also uploading evidence to help tackle the problem head on by prosecuting waste criminals.
As the country combats the throwing problem of fly-tipping, ITV helps to raise awareness by reporting on a site at Mill Hill in London, where ClearWaste have worked with the local community to get the problem resolved.
ClearWaste the fly-tipping app and it’s founder Martin Montague featured on BBC South Today on Monday 15th July 2019. Joined by Councillor Rob Humby, Deputy Leader of Hampshire County Council as they talk about the launch of ClearWaste and how it will help tackle fly-tipping across the UK.