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Flytipping: Keep Tattenhall Tidy

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Flytipping refers to dumping waste illegally instead of using an authorised method such as kerbside collection, an authorised waste disposal site or a recycling centre.

There have been several instances of flytipping in the village in recent weeks.

It is unpleasant, antisocial and completely unacceptable.

The photographs, all taken in locations along Chester Road, show the dumping of garden waste/rubbish and builders' waste/rubbish.

Just click on each image to see a better view of the dumping that is taking place along our hedgerows and within our open countryside.

Tattenhall is a beautiful village — help us to 'Keep Tattenhall Tidy'.

CWaC (Chester West and Cheshire) is quite clear on the issue of Flytipping as posted below:

Flytipping
* If you discover illegal tipping of waste or see it being tipped, report it to the Council. Phone 0300 123 7026

* Report it here: illegal tipping online form: CLICK HERE

* Twitter: CLICK HERE

* In person: at any of our customer service centres: CLICK HERE

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