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Fly tipping/Rubbish

Postby CC » 23 Feb 2006, 10:42

Can anyone on this Forum explain to me the reasons for this?
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Anywhere I go, normally dog walking and mostly places that can be described as beautiful or traquil or evenas natural.....must this happen?
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Why is it necessary to dump this material when our recycling yards are open 7 days a week, if people load their car it must be as easy to go to the tip rather than dump to spoil other peoples pleasure with sights like this.....

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or this...

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I think all of us have a responsibility to, when ever we are out and about with our cams, post pics of these sites, I'm sure it will come the notice of the environment agency's....believe me, it will!
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Postby Mike.H » 24 Feb 2006, 01:57

They probably do it because they are fat and lazy and can’t be bothered to sort it into different types, and they know they won’t be caught cos they are savvy enough to remove names and addresses. Well the sooner they have a national DNA database and DNA testing becomes cheap enough to do for things like this, the sooner they will start catching them.

There must be some DNA in that rubbish somewhere, although admittedly from the bottom part of the pool. :-D
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Postby delbert » 24 Feb 2006, 11:34

oooooh mike :eek
seriously cant wait for my recycling bin,wonder how long thats going to be ,then my recycling bits wont need taping into bin on windy days

fear i may be later in list as they,ve started totally other side of lynn

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Postby Uncled8249 » 24 Feb 2006, 12:15

I do realise that some people will just dump their rubbish anywhere, but when i went to the tip once with some wood from my neighbours fence (not even my own, just doing someone a favour) after putting some in the skip i was promptly told "Oi! NOMORE, thats all you are allowed in one day, you have already put too much in!" I therefore had to take the rest back home and give it back to a surprised neighbour. Made me realise why some people fly tip tho, if ur mad enough, u`d just dump it somewhere on the way home. So why do we pay our council taxes to get rubbish taken away, then when we are prepared to save the council money by taking it ourselves we are denied the opportunity?
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Postby old-git » 24 Feb 2006, 18:50

Interesting Uncled, I did not realise there is a daily limit to what you can deposit and, come to think of it, exactly what you can deposit. :smt017
Will have to find out some time and post it here, so we all know. :detective
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Postby CC » 24 Feb 2006, 18:59

OG,
I have spoken with the Environmental Health in KL about this issue, they simply suggested I contact County Council at Norwich!!
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Postby choks » 24 Feb 2006, 19:11

Yes that happened to me. after roof project..

The Oi!. Rings in my Head Still

Little B++ta++s at Dump.. :evil:

One Bag per Visit.. No Vans

Seems Silly to me if People take it there. rather than dump it at the side of the road
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Postby delbert » 24 Feb 2006, 21:48

aaah cc
the old pass the parcel routine ay !
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choks..wanna wind em up .....just say " is this a rubbish tip or what"

that should do it !!!!! :smt097

oh an by the way, the old townhall steps look nice an clean :smt098
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Postby CC » 25 Feb 2006, 10:07

DB
oh an by the way, the old townhall steps look nice an clean
??????????? are we missing something here?
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Postby delbert » 25 Feb 2006, 17:35

maybe
theres always alternatives in this life !!!!! :smt082
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Postby CC » 26 Feb 2006, 16:45

DB
theres always alternatives in this life
what to cleaning the steps??
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Postby delbert » 26 Feb 2006, 17:12

yep polish em up ,ready for any rubbish ya have not been allowed to deposite in the proper places !!!! :smt013

oh but stack it neatly,and clear all dna traces,i,m sure thats a roundabout way to get it down to the tip :-D
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Postby CC » 27 Feb 2006, 08:23

Yes yes yes DB.........I have seen the light....and your point about the steps. Wasn't there an article about a farmer who sprayed slurry over his town hall?? or was that story a load of carp?
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Postby CC » 27 Feb 2006, 08:25

Seriously, I did think this topic would have been swamped with pics of fly tipping, we all see it daily.
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Postby Mike.H » 28 Feb 2006, 00:41

patience :-D

Took a trip down the cycle path between the Grange Estate and Seabank Estate.

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Now I know this is not tipping, but this chap seems to think the cycle path is his personal motor cycle test track. Sunday and Monday he was up and down at quite a speed, not slowing down as he passed folk.

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Clarks dike, Seabank looking toward Columbia way.

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Columbia way looking towards docks.

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And well,,,,, er, not tipping, more like trashing, corner of Riversway and Javis road.

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