Fly-tipping concerns

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A DISTRICT council says it will be forced to fight against fly-tipping following Hampshire County Council’s decision to cut hours at waste recycling centres.

East Hampshire District Council fears that an increase in fly-tipping will be the inevitable outcome now that the county’s 24 centres have had their opening hours reduced to save money. From October 1, most centres will open from 9am to 4pm.