Anti-litter campaigners have identified beautiful Park Wood in Crossacres as the latest area to be blighted by waste.
Wythenshawe Waste Warriors say the woodland opposite the town’s fire station has litter strewn across it and want to volunteers to help clean it up
Just had a walk around the beautiful Park Wood which would benefit from a team of volunteers, a skip and a full day. I met a gent from the Fire station and I’ll send our details on to the Community Relations Department. @Judge903Judge @timwhiston @manchesterfire @maddy_monaghan pic.twitter.com/qzxJ5Z3tDB
— WYTHENSHAWE WASTE WARRIORS (@WarriorsWaste) March 10, 2019
Park Wood is the latest grot spot to be identified in the last fortnight among incidents of flytipping and littering.
A team of volunteers joined Wythenshawe Waste Warriors at the https://www.google.co.uk/maps/d/u/0/embed?mid=1RlLjsO9Q82vLRgxRWbOr8XoNUm4“>weekend in cleaning up Gorse Covert in Peel Hall following fly-tipping in the beauty spot used by children to play.
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The new regulations on the carriage of waste mean that any tradesman who removes any kind of waste from your property (whether it’s their waste or yours) has to hold a Waste Carriers License. This includes house clearance, man and van rubbish removers, cleaning companies, carpet fitters, plumbers, landscape gardeners, scrap metal dealers, skip hire, builders, and more. Also check if a company is registered with https://www.afta.org.uk/ the Anti Fly Tipping Association.