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I previously reported 4/5 instances of fly tipping here today there has been a new lot of rubbish dumped consisting of old tyres and plastic tins that appear to have old motorcar oil in them

Reported in the Flytipping category anonymously at 10:56, Wed 28 September 2016

Sent to St Edmundsbury Borough Council 6 minutes later

Hello

I need to report a new incident of Fly-Tipping on the access road to West Stow Lakes which as you will know has lots of wildlife. Today we have discovered that someone has dumped some old tyres and plastic containers of oil all actually bagged up in council rubbish bags but I presume the refuse collectors would not take them. PLEASE can you clear this and the other rubbish. Could we possibly have some signs warning NO FLY TIPPING? Perhaps a phone number to report people doing it if we see them. Appreciate you help

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 06:19, Sun 30 October 2016

  • I thought the council were legally responsible to remove this dangerous rubble including some containers of old oil and tins of paint that can easily contaminate the lakes and rivers but apparently whoever is responsible in the council is not concerned by fly-tipping I have attempted direct contact with the council but in truth I believe I would have more chance talking to a Alien from outer space than actually talking to anyone from my council the only time the council are interested in us is if we dare to stop our council tax payments

    Posted anonymously at 06:19, Sun 30 October 2016

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