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Recycle for Dorset October newsletter - What are we doing about fly-tipping?

Find out about what's been happening with the Dorset Waste Partnership and its Recycle for Dorset service
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Welcome to your latest Recycle for Dorset e-newsletter!

We hope you find this email useful. As ever, we'd love to hear from you about how it could be better and your own tips for ways to reduce, reuse and recycle. Drop us an email or contact us via Twitter.

Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) gets tough on fly-tipping and littering

Like most counties, Dorset is subject to persistent fly-tipping and the number of incidences is on the increase, following a national trend. The clearance of this waste costs around £110,000 per year.

To help combat the problem, the DWP recently adopted legislation that introduces Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) for fly-tipping. The amount is £400 for each incident, the maximum that can be enforced under the current rules.

They have also agreed to pilot a 12-month scheme that will see their enforcement team work closely with an external company that will provide uniformed, trained officers to issue fines for littering, fly-tipping and failure of businesses to prove they’re disposing of their waste responsibly.

These measures will allow the DWP to ramp up their enforcement efforts at no extra cost to the tax-payer, while continuing their current approach of using education and advice to prevent further incidents.
Let us know what you think about charging for bins
 
The DWP is considering introducing one-off charges for supplying and delivering new containers to residents in order to make essential budget savings. We want to hear your views about charging households for lost or broken bins, for providing bins to new properties and for giving residents different containers to the standard Recycle for Dorset service.
 
Residents' views will be taken into consideration by the DWP Joint Committee in January next year when they consider the options for charging householders for new/additional or replacement containers. Closing date for responses is Friday 18 November.
Take the consultation survey now
The DWP shortlisted for more awards
 
Both the Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee (LARAC) and the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) have recently shortlisted the DWP for awards.

At a recent LARAC Conference event, where the DWP’s operations staff were chosen as finalists in the category of “Team of the Year”, DWP Director Karyn Punchard also gave a presentation on the benefits of their innovative model of partnership working.

The CIWM have shortlisted the Bridport Household Recycling Centre in the category of “Best Resources Project by Facilities Management” for their Sustainability and Resource Awards taking place in Early November.
Who's winning the recycling race?
 
According to Eunomia’s latest Recycling Carbon Index, the Dorset Waste Partnership is in the top 3 leading carbon savers in England! You can read more here.
Have your say - Reshaping your councils
 
Faced with dramatically-reduced funding from central Government, Dorset's local authorities are considering reducing the number of councils in the county from nine to two from 2019. The consultation on the proposals runs until 25 October 2016.
 
We’re encouraging as many local people as possible to have their say on the proposals, either online – at www.reshapingyourcouncils.uk – or by picking up information and a questionnaire from their local library. The consultation closes on 25 October.
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