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cheshire west and chester council no tipping signs

You get up in the morning and find your local roads filled are with illegally dumped rubish ! How are you going to react?

In Cheshire Illegal dumping is one of the most annoying violations and is often carried out by the residents of our community. Some part of the illegal dumping is also done by cowboy builders disposing of construction debris or other items. Haulers find it easier and cheaper to unload their lorries in a secluded areas like villages such as barrow than to dispose of their rush at the loacal cheshire landfill. From broken tv’s and fridges to old bricks to old mattresses, discarded where it shouldn’t be.

A warning alert has been raised for the people who are dumping illegally in Cheshire West and Chester . The local authority is investing in first of its kind 24-hour surveillance camera to catch illegal tippers. The reason behind such a step is that it costs much more to pick up after Illegal Dumping than it does to dispose of collected trash from homes or construction sites.

Cestrian Signs will be printing these signs

British traffic signs changes, Safety Signs News

Safety signs across the uk’s roads are to be exhamined in their most substantial review over the last 40 years.

Minister of Transport, Mr Norman Baker has posted this move, which he hopes will dramatically lessen the number of sign erections needed by local councils.

Signs will also be introduced to inform vehicle users of parking places that have a charging point for electric vehicles.

Commenting on the plans, Mr Baker said: “Sometimes the jungles of signs and tangles of white, red and yellow lines can leave people more confused than informed. This expensive clutter can also leave our roadsides looking unsightly.”

Mr Baker added that he desires consistency across the country in regards to sign rules, while enabling local authorities more freedom in how they introduce the installations.

Earlier this month, a new road sign was brought to Crieff, after it was designed by a local school student.

It will be used to welcome motorists into the town. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800760171-ADNFCR