Berkshire news CCTV released after mattresses fly-tipped in Slough MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - A van was also spotted on CCTV on the area at around the same
Breaking News ! A CCTV image has been released after mattresses were dumped in a bin shed in Slough. Two men were spotted on camera on the afternoon the mattresses were dumped in the shed at flats on Seymour Road, Chalvey. Cameras in the area also spotted a van in the area with a business name professionally liveried on its doors - however the business, which was stated to be fully licensed, could not be found. Now Slough Borough Council has warned people living in the area they can fined £400 if their waste is found fly-tipped after they have employed licensed waste removal companies. Cllr Pavitar K. Mann, lead member for planning and regulation, said: “These are really good clear images of men who may be able to help us find who illegally left these mattresses for the council to clear up on behalf of residents.
“Fly tipping causes significant annoyance and disturbance to our residents, some of whom may be unwittingly using such people to get rid of waste without knowing they are not who they claim to be. “If you are hiring someone to take away your waste, please make sure they are a reputable waste removal company, who is willing to demonstrate they have a waste removal licence.” Anyone with any information about the incident - which took place on Monday, April 26 - can contact the Resilience and Enforcement team by emailing ResilienceandEnforcementTeam@slough.gov.uk or call with information on 01753 875570.
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