Rubble disposal charge
Charges imposed for dumping rubble at the borough’s tips are “short-sighted” according to a parish councillor.
Coun Marion Cook, of Odd Rode, wrote to the Chronicle to condemn the tariff, to be imposed from Monday, and believes it will lead to a rise in fly-tipping
A charge of £3.50 will be incurred for the disposal of bags of rubble, hardcore, soil or plasterboard at Cheshire East’s recycling centres.
But the council, which only has a statutory duty to dispose of household waste free of charge, has reassured members of the public that they won’t be charged to get rid of garden gnomes.
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