Fly tipping costs Londoners £20 million

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Fly tipping costs Londoners £20 million

Fly Tipping in London is getting worse and costing taxpayers £20 million a year to clean up. 

That's according to data analysis from URBS.

An initiative by a group called Groundwork is going into five London estates to help turn trash into cash.

London Live's Dan Freedman reports.

If you'd like to find out more about the work Groundwork is doing in your area - head to their website


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