Freedom of information response

Abandon supermarket trolley

Publication date: 
Thursday 16 July 2020
Request: 

1. Council name:

2. Contact name:

3. Contact email address:

4. Contact telephone number:

5. Have you implemented the EVPA1990 and Clean Neighbourhood Act 2005

6. Have you collected any trolleys in the last three years?

7. What is your agreed charge for the collection of an abandoned trolley?

8. What is your trolley cost storage (per day)?

Response: 

1. Thurrock Council

2. Refusal S40 (see below)

3. Refusal S40 (see below)

4. 01375 652652 -Thurrock Council number

5. Yes if it refers to the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005

6. No

7. £ N/A

8. £N/A

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Request reference:
FOI 10069