A crackdown on the capital's fly tippers.

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A crackdown on the capital's fly tippers.

The lack of understanding around fly-tipping is costing London councils £18 million a year, a report has highlighted.

The Environment Directors Network who are behind the study say one in five Londoners are putting their rubbish in unallocated spaces. 

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