So I imagine you work for the LA or a waste disposal/skip hire firm?
What on squadrons would not be considered “domestic waste” and be quite legitimately in the car?
From my house I have taken furniture of all sorts broken up, all manner of old what could be considered as building materials like bricks, concrete, fencing, timber, old paint and far more in the way of chopped down bushes, trees etc, and not to mention party detritus to the local tip, all of which can come from squadrons. A lot of which could be considered trade waste, if you stuck it in a van, with *** Builders/Gardeners etc on the side. There have been times I’ve been back and forth several times during the day when we’ve had a major clear out and not a question asked.
When you consider what comes out of mine and thousands of cars when I go to the local tip, this is just another piece of nonsense from some chair sitter at HQAC getting far too excited about something that squadrons have been dealing with for years and years and no one has batted an eyelid.
On a more practical note, how many from SEPA or others are around checking vehicles at anytime let alone at say 2130, when people might have a bag of squadron rubbish in their car? When you see the amount that’s fly tipped at night, I would guess none. One of our friends is an EHO and does the environment and cleaning side and he has said they can’t employ enough people to deal with fly-tippers, let alone ordinary people. His daughter is a Guide and the leaders take turns to take the rubbish home. I suppose an option is just throw it around the town and let the council deal with it.
Again a case that HQAC need to focus on the important things and not peripheral nonsense.
For this to become “a thing” who on earth said anything to someone? No doubt one lacking any common sense.