Build an Illegal Dumping Enforcement Program
An Illegal Dumping Enforcement Program is essential to provide the best health for the community.
As President’s Day approaches, US citizens are reminded of the courageous struggles that our chief executives have endured over the years as they sought to ensure the survival and flourishing of our country. President’s Day was originally all about celebrating the birthday of our very first president, George Washington. President Washington courageously fought for the freedom of our country so that we would not have to suffer the tyranny of a foreign power. One of the biggest issues that sparked the revolution in the first place was the heavy taxation that Britain imposed on the American people. People work hard to provide for themselves and their families, and to have that hard earned money unjustly taken away to be used for expenses that disciplined, law-abiding citizens are not responsible for causing is an absolute travesty.
Unfortunately, this travesty occurs on a regular basis in our communities through another means, through illegal dumping performed by our very own residents. When illegal dumping occurs in a community, the city has to clean up the criminal’s mess. Where does the money come from to pay for the disposal of massive amounts of trash? The law-abiding citizens of course! When cities have to spend their funds cleaning up illegal dumpsites, which bring disease and pollution into the community, they need to raise taxes so they can pay for this essential service.
In order to take back our freedom, we need to apprehend illegal dumpers and bring them to justice. The best way to go about this is with an Illegal Dumping Enforcement Program, utilizing illegal dumping cameras, specifically designed to capture evidence in remote areas. An Illegal Dumping Enforcement Program is essential to the health of the community.
An Illegal Dumping Enforcement Program involves many departments working together.
- Education: Educate the community through social media, community engagements, and through the schools.
- Legislation: Stiff fines need to be adopted especially for commercial companies that illegally dump.
- Staff Resources: To be successful, there needs to be dedicated staff to ensure the program is implemented and stays on track.
- Tools: Not all tools can do the job. You should not use a screwdriver when a hammer is needed. Therefore, the right tools, illegal dumping enforcement cameras, designed especially to capture prosecutable images in complete darkness in remote areas are needed.
- Enforcement: Enforcement is another key factor. Enforcement is needed to deter further illegal dumping activity.
What is your city doing to stop illegal dumping?
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