dog fouling

Crackdown on littering, dog fouling and flytipping approved

Published on October 11, 2018 at 5:01 pm

A 12-month trial to tackle people who blight the borough has been approved.

This will see private enforcement officers from the firm District Enforcement issuing on-the-spot fines for littering, dog fouling and flytipping.

Two dedicated officers will patrol the borough’s streets and parks seven days a week, targeting hot-spots identified by the council.

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New proposals to deter people from blighting the borough

Published on October 3, 2018 at 9:38 am

Rossendale Council could bring in a private company to crack down on littering, flytipping and dog fouling.

A proposed 12-month trial would allow private enforcement officers from the firm District Enforcement to issue on-the-spot fines across the borough for the offences.

Two dedicated officers would patrol the borough’s streets and parks seven days a week, targeting hot-spots identified by the council.

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New blog by Civic Pride Rossendale: New project to combat dog fouling

Published on May 15, 2017 at 2:48 pm

Civic Pride Rossendale recently started a new project of creating yellow signs on the pavement in areas where dog fouling has been an ongoing problem. Early signs are good, in that the number of both unbagged and bagged and discarded faeces appear to have been reduced. This is obviously in line with our hopes and expectations but why does it work?

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