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Fly-tipping and litter

An Exploring sheet has been created to help young people find out more about the problem of fly-tipping.
Web links guide pupils to relevant articles to carry out their own investigations into this blot on the landscape. What is fly-tipping? How can we combat it? Can we begin with a better personal approach to litter in school?

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