Fly-tipping reported after police discover dumped rubbish in Romsley - The Bromsgrove Standard

Fly-tipping reported after police discover dumped rubbish in Romsley

Bromsgrove Editorial 28th Feb, 2023   0

THIS fly-tipping incident in Romsley has been reported after being found by police.

PC Marc Ginder from Hagley and Rubery Safer Neighbourhood Team discovered it on Malthouse Lane.

Anyone with information should call Hagley and Rubery SNT on 101.

PC Ginder posted this picture on social media and, as well as appealing for help in tracking down the culprits, reminded people to ensure they have rubbish dumped legally.

For waste to be removed lawfully, companies used to remove it must be a registered waste carrier.

And those requesting the removal of waste are legally responsible to ensure the company they are using as a waste carriers licence or they too could end up being prosecuted.

People can check the Environment Agency’s website to ensure firms are registered.

Anyone who sees fly-tipping across Bromsgrove district can report it here and, if the crime is in progress, people are urged to provide as much information as possible about those responsible.

They should provide as much detail as possible, including the location of the rubbish dumping, the date and time it was found and information on the make, model and colour of the vehicle, along with registration numbers and description of any suspects.




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