Appeal over major Yarmouth flytip

FURNITURE, toys and clothing are scattered across a Great Yarmouth alleyway in one of the worst flytipping cases borough council workers have ever seen.

FURNITURE, toys and clothing are scattered across a Great Yarmouth alleyway in one of the worst flytipping cases borough council workers have ever seen.

Environmental Rangers are appealing for information to help identify the people responsible for one of the biggest flytipping offences the rangers have come across in the town centre area.

The rubbish was dumped on Albert Road, which is adjacent to Nelson Road South and Havelock Road, and contained a quantity of household waste together with rubbish which looks to have come from a house clearance.

So much rubbish was dumped that it blocked access to the alleyway before being removed by GYB Services.


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Senior Environmental Ranger, Paul Shucksmith, said: “We believe that incident occurred over the weekend of August 15 and 16 but unfortunately most dumping occurs at night when few people are around to witness it. However, due to the size and nature of the flytip we are hoping that a member of the public may have witnessed something that will help us catch the offenders.

“The scale of the flytip makes this a very serious case and we are keen to take further action.”

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Anyone with information should contact the Environmental Rangers on 01493 846478.

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