As part of their anti-fly-tipping activities – which includes the highly successful Tip-Off campaign – the DWP are looking at new ways to fight the blight of the illegal carrying and dumping of waste in Dorset.
Christchurch High Street and Bargates will see litter bins replaced by mid-September, with replacements beginning on 27 August.
The Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) is appealing to drug users, and those using needles for regular medication, to not place their used syringes in bins.
The Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) is asking residents in Stalbridge for their help in catching a serial fly-tipper who has been dumping white carrier bags of empty cans along a stretch of the A357 at Spire Hill.
Last year, the Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) removed bring banks across Dorset for materials that can now be recycled at the kerbside, such as glass, paper, cans and plastics.