£500 reward for information on rubbish dumped at Chingord Plain last month

Reward to catch fly-tippers

The rubbish dumped at Chingford Plain on January 22

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A reward is being offered for information which leads to the identification and prosecution of fly-tippers.  

The City of London Corporation is appealing for information to help find the people who  dumped rubbish on Chingford Plain in Bury Road, Chingford, during the evening of January 22.

A dedicated team of 12 staff at the Corporation are employed to deal with fly-tips and the removal of rubbish from the forestry sites.  

The Corporation records around 730 fly-tip incidents every year, recent examples of which have included asbestos, cannabis plants, a dead donkey and a toy panther.

 

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1:52pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Techno3 says...

There were several loads of builders waste dumped on Coppermill Lane yesterday. Someone whose previous front door had glass panels and the number 38.
There were several loads of builders waste dumped on Coppermill Lane yesterday. Someone whose previous front door had glass panels and the number 38. Techno3
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6:10pm Mon 3 Feb 14

Villagecranberry says...

Meanwhile over in Epping, (see report) they actually catch someone after investigation and the hopeless Magistrates fine the culprit £100 with £50 costs which would not even cover the cost of the £500 reward.

Truth is Fly Tipping is not taken seriously by the magistrates up their ivory towers.
Meanwhile over in Epping, (see report) they actually catch someone after investigation and the hopeless Magistrates fine the culprit £100 with £50 costs which would not even cover the cost of the £500 reward. Truth is Fly Tipping is not taken seriously by the magistrates up their ivory towers. Villagecranberry
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