Bassetlaw Council has revealed the figures, which is equal to its team clearing up eight fly-tipping incidents a day in a bid to encourage people to dispose of their waste in a legal way rather than dumping it illegally.
The local authority encourages people to take their waste to a nearby tip, book a bulky waste collection through the council or pay privately to have it taken away.
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