fly-tippers nantwich

Police are hunting fly-tippers who dumped this massive pile of rubbish by the side of the A51 Nantwich bypass.

It’s the latest in a number of incidents as people attempt to avoid waste removal and waste recycling centres.

Nantwich Police posted these images and say they and Cheshire East Council will investigate in a bid to track down the culprits.

“Yet another disgusting mess left by fly tippers,” said police.

“This time on the A51 Nantwich bypass causing access and footpath obstruction.

“Have you or your neighbours had windows replaced? If so do you recognise these?

“Clearly the waste removal fee was overlooked! @CheshireEast informed.”

Fly tipping is the “illegal deposit of any waste on to land that has no licence to accept waste.”

It is an offence under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 to fly tip any material. Conviction can lead to a heavy fine.

Fly tipped waste includes general household waste, larger domestic items for example fridges, mattresses, or garden refuse commercial waste for example builders rubble, clinical waste and tyres.

Anyone can report incidents or knowledge of fly-tipping to Cheshire East Council here

(Images courtesy of Nantwich Police)

fly tippers - pic by Nantwich Police

fly tippers – pic by Nantwich Police

One Comment

  1. I am sure someone will recognise that distinctive purple lead window pattern, postal workers, delivery folk neighbours etc.
    Time to fit a movable post bollard to all these little land sections.

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