One of the things I find most annoying in the world is laziness. I don’t get while people will not put effort into their own lives, through their career or education or whatever. It just does not compute in my head. Now this leads me onto the issue of flytipping, and the laziness of the people who must do it as well as their affinity for money.
Flytipping is an ever-growing issue in the UK and one that is not talked about enough. Not only does it looks awful, but it is hard to petrol against and can have massive impacts on the environment. Flytipping is basically when someone tips rubbish on an area of land and leaves it there, somewhere it definitely should not be. This can be things like carpet, bricks, even TV’s or sofas. In the last two-weeks I have seen lot of this kind of stuff thrown down small lanes where no one thinks it will be found. Recently I have been working with my local National Trust site, where I have seen a few cases of flytipping already.
Flytipping is a disgraceful act, simply because it is pure laziness of whoever is dumping the rubbish. In a lot of cases it is builders or contractors of a building site, who may have been renovating a house or building anew one, who want to get rid of the leftovers quick and easy, and for free. However, it can sometimes be people who have been called by someone to clear out their house and dispose of their belongings in a proper way. Unfortunately, however, more and more of these types of schemes are just cash in hand jobs and the person employing the people for the job don’t really care where the rubbish is tipped as long as it is not in their house. This simple laziness should not be allowed to go any further.
Flytipping is ruining roads, it is damaging the environment, wasting hours of people’s lives through clearing it up and it is just simply stupid.
Now, I have a few messages for those people who do flytip. Firstly, why do you do it in the first place? Many recycling centres now take most goods for free, it may add half hour to the end of the day but in the end you are being paid to get rid of it properly, it isn’t hard. Also, if you don’t care about this and just want cash, you have no care for the earth, the environment, those who have to waste time from actual volunteering on clearing it up, then do something for me. Instead of flytipping your crap and rubbish away, just flytip your own life away. Get rid of it, start of, throw it on the floor and realise what a lazy git, or gitess, you may have been. It isn’t hard. Look at what you are doing, and why, see if it is that hard to not do it and change. Rid yourself of that stupidity, its quick and easy. Just like flytipping.