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Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by AgriiMark, Nov 14, 2018.
Scum. Should be caught and dealt with properly
I understood that if the rubbish is traced back to the householder and they can't provide the relevant waste transfer note then they are held liable. Has anyone ever been done like this?
Maybe if letter or address on it ?
yes it is or was true we had some dumped and they had left there personal mail in amongst it and were fined and payed clean up costs
Does'nt stop middle people dumping though.
A couple of years ago when spraying aspargras in hartlebury I had the local transit drivers and there lovely offspring racing around the field and then dumping tree waste on the headlands and on the road , it got that bad you had to lock the gates when you were in the field .
will do if enough people get done they will have the correct paper work and contractors next time I mean thats how it works in the real world of paper trails rules regulations and tickets
Absolutely spot on.
Had a builder fly tip a couple of miles away from me. After reversing into a field. What he thought was firm ground wasn't. End result was sunk down to the axles and stuck solid. Just by chance a passing cop car stopped. Think he got done for a dodgy vehicle, then the council took him to court for fly tipping.
Did you work for sandfields? That is what we have to do now. If the gates left open then it will soon be blocked off with sh!t
Yep, I was there for 7 long years, had 1 field next to there camp and there horses were grazing the aspagrass , if you said anything you got threatened and abused, the field by the primary school was bad as they used to wonder around it with guns after the rabbits- I even rang the police 1 day after I was threatened with a gun and they said I was pretty much on my own as they weren’t getting involved.
My response would have been "I`ll get a shot in first then" and put the phone down , I bet they`d have soon turned up then.
The photo i uploaded is from the field by the junction. Seems the worst one for fly tipping. The tyres will be moved this week and put on the roadside for somebody else to worry about
We get a lot of fly tipping at work. Mostly tyres and asbestos sheeting. It is costly to clean up, a total waste of tax payers money due to lazy barstewards shirking their responsibility.
I'd set up some wildlife trail cameras near fly tipping hot spots. Maybe a camera watching the original camera. You don't need CCTV signs for wildlife trail cameras. I think you can't remove personal letters, but need to leave them in situ until authorities see them. It won't stop you taking photies of the names and addresses.
Someone dumped rubbish on work land. They left a invoice with it. Unfortunately it was for a large quantity of "adult goods" purchased online.
If gateways were modified to have the gate right on the edge of the road then the pikey twits will have no off road parking , add some CCTV signs and it will reduce the risk of it happening to you .
Some home made bollards will also stop vehicle entry and can be placed with a telehandler.
A few of the fields up near the main problem area the gates are right on the hedge line to stop them tipping waste in them but the problem then is you have to block the single track road to open the gates and it’s a bit of a rat run road but it seams it’s the only way of stopping them. They took the gates one day by cutting the hinges off as the top one was upside down so that they could tip rubbish in the field
Which field is that?
It is a very serious problem here in Norfolk as the council now charge for nearly everything disposed of at their sites,so fly tipping has quadrupled in the past 12 months since the charges were introduced.
Councils can't charge householders for domestic waste disposal only businesses. Council sites have to licenced by the EA and most will not have a licence for commercial waste. That is why they are usually hot on kicking out people they think are traders.
They can and do.