Tip booking systems across the country are being scrapped as neighbouring council Central Bedfordshire becomes the latest authority to scrap the system.
Local councils across England introduced a booking system last year in the height of the pandemic.
The system was introduced to stagger the number of people at the site, ensuring that queues were kept at a minimum.
Over a year on, concerns over a failure to use the full capacity of their tips has led to Central Bedfordshire scrapping their booking system.
This follows a decision made by Lincoln Council to abandon their tip-booking system due to the cost of upkeep.
Taxpayers were facing a bill of £126,000 for just 14 months of the system operating. Fife Council have also followed suit following an increase in fly-tipping.
Now, MK Conservatives are calling on MK Council to scrap MK’s tip booking system.
Cllr Alex Walker, Leader of the Conservative Group, said: “Tip booking systems up and down the country are being abandoned with challenges over mounting costs and increased fly-tipping.
"If Labour and the Liberal Democrats are serious about tackling fly-tipping in MK, then it is time they follow suite and scrap the tip booking system.
"It has never been an excuse to fly-tip but with over 7000 reports since the system’s introduction, it has definitely contributed to record-levels in MK and should be a top priority for reducing fly-tipping.”