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West Midlands fly tipping areas identified

Birmingham fly tipping

Two Birmingham areas have been named as the worst spots for fly tipping in the city.

Bordesley Green and Small Heath are most likely to be targeted by fly tippers, research has found.

The waste experts at Junk Hunters are warning residents to stop disposing of waste illegally in these areas to keep the cityclean and to avoid hefty fines.

If caughtfly tipping, culprits can face a maximum fine of £50,000 for throwing away their junk and there really is no need with capable waste clearance services available in the city.

Junk Hunters is a new professional waste service that has just launched in Birmingham, covering the city and surrounding areas stretching out to Solihull.

Chosen as its second location outside of London, the Junk Hunters Birmingham branch operates a first-class rubbish service to domestic and commercial clients.

From sorting items and sending them to recycling plants, to clearing houses and offices, all waste items are disposed of via the appropriate facilities or reused and recycled where possible.

Junk Hunters CEO Harsha Rathnayake said: ““Unwanted junk leads to fly tipping which damages the environment considerably and there is a real need for a responsible operator in Birmingham who is committed to disposing of unwanted items properly.

“Junk is big business that continues to grow and businesses and domestic customers always have waste they need to clear, and they want a reliable company who will dispose of it responsibly.

“We offer rubbish removal services for offices, factories, homes, gardens, even the construction and building industries.

“If you need an efficient, professional waste clearing service for your business or home don’t hesitate to contact us. We can tailor our services to suit your needs to ensure that your waste is disposed of quickly and responsibly.”

Junk Hunters 0800 233 5865