Building materials illegally dumped
BUILDING and farming materials have been illegally dumped on farm land in Crow Country. Officers from South Cambridgeshire District Council are investigating after the rubbish, which includes a large plastic container, was ditched off Malton Road, between
BUILDING and farming materials have been illegally dumped on farm land in Crow Country.
Officers from South Cambridgeshire District Council are investigating after the rubbish, which includes a large plastic container, was ditched off Malton Road, between Meldreth and Orwell.
Cllr Sue Ellington portfolio holder for environmental services at the district council, said: "Fly tipping is not only illegal but a blight on the environment. We are grateful to members of the public who help us by reporting any incidents that they see, and now that the rules have changed I would urge people to makes sure that any contractors they use are properly registered.
"If waste is dumped illegally and traced back to you, you could be fined up to �5,000," she said.
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A district council spokesman said the materials are indicative of extensive refurbishment work.
She said: "New legislation puts the onus on householders and businesses to check that anyone removing waste from their property is authorised to do so by checking their waste carrier number.
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"The government hopes that this will mean less rubbish will be dumped and council tax payers will not have to pay to clean it up."
Anyone with information about who is responsible should contact the district council's enforcement team on 01954 713034.