GAMESTOP DUMPSTER DIVE INVESTIGATION (VIDEO) Dumpster diving is a controversial activity in the United States, with the police often cracking down on the practice.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has banned the practice for anyone over the age of 18.
And it’s not just in the US, either.
There have been at least five similar investigations in Europe, and the UK has also banned the activity.
So what does this all mean?
In the United Kingdom, dumping divers are prohibited by law in all public areas, and all of the major tourist destinations including London and Edinburgh have strict dumping restrictions.
But the number of dumpsters being used in the dumpster dives has increased in recent years, especially in the UK.
In the UK, a whopping 1,717 dumpsters were searched in 2015 alone, which is almost triple the number in 2015, according to the government.
And the trend is getting worse in the U.S. A new report by the nonprofit watchdog Charity Navigator found that between July 2016 and April 2017, more than 200 dumpster diver incidents were reported in the country.
That’s up from less than 30 incidents reported in 2016.
There are also reports of people dumping waste in the water at the beach, and people in the street.
But it’s a far cry from the days of people being hauled into the back of a dumpster.
Dumping in the public dumpsters was banned in the city of Portsmouth in England in 2011.
It was reported that there were two people arrested for dumping waste at a dumpsters.
A man was arrested after being found dumped in a public dumpster at his home, while another woman was arrested in a park in the capital London for dumping a waste bin at a beach.
And in March 2017, an incident involving a dump on a busy London street caused police to intervene, arresting two men and a woman for dumping trash on the street outside a McDonald’s restaurant.
In 2017, the British government banned dumpster dumping, but only in certain areas.
In London, the ban was lifted in January 2018.
But in 2017, there were still reports of dumpers dumping waste, and in some parts of the country dumpster digging has become a routine activity.
The U.K. government banned dumping in public in March 2018, and now it seems there’s been a resurgence of the practice in the area.
So why is it becoming so popular?
According to Charity Navigators, the dumping has increased because of the increased popularity of dump-baking, a method that involves removing waste from the trash before it is thrown into a fire.
In an interview with CNN, charity watchdog John Pugh said that “people are now using the bins for things like cooking and baking,” and that “the public are also turning to the dumpsters for something like recycling, for food and food packaging, so they are getting into the habit of using the dump-space as a way to reuse items.”
But it doesn’t seem to be just a one-time thing.
Charity Navigators said that in some cities, dumpster dipping has become so popular that people are now finding other ways to dump their waste.
The organization also noted that dumpster dipters are not necessarily “lazy” people.
Pugh explained that while people are still dumping waste into the waste bins, it is being recycled by “people who have a desire to recycle and have a lot of money.”
He added that people who have no choice about where they dispose of their waste are becoming more aware of the importance of recycling, which may help explain why dumpster dippers are becoming so common in the world of tourism.
But Pugh also added that there is also a growing number of people who dump their trash in the streets, where they are also being hit with fines and could face criminal charges.
It’s not only the public who are dumping waste.
According to Pugh, dumpsters are also becoming a major dumping site for other people.
“It’s not surprising that there’s more dumping happening in the parks,” he said.
“People are dumping stuff in the park and there are people who will also dump stuff in dumpsters, which are usually the main dumpsters in the whole city.”
And he said that dumpsters can be “the perfect dumping spot for illegal drugs,” as people who are addicted to drugs are often drawn to dumpster dumps.
Poynton told CNN that while the UK’s dumpster ban has been lifted, dumpers in the West are still facing fines and even jail time for dumping their waste, even after the ban has gone.
“There’s still people dumping stuff out there, and they’re still facing these fines and they still face jail time,” Poyton said.
What can you do to protect yourself?
Poytons advice is simple: “I’m not going to let the dumpers take over my life.
I’m not giving in to the situation,