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Mega Hot tea
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No, not a dot matrix print out of the 29th October by election thread but a real 1 mile of fly tipped rubbish found in Essex.

The travellers are to blame but without starting a discusion that gives air to peoples racist views towards travellers can we answer Why? How? and How can we stop it because the authorities clearly do not make enough effort.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/...eared-overnight.html


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No, not a dot matrix print out of the 29th October by election thread but a real 1 mile of fly tipped rubbish found in Essex.

The travellers are to blame but without starting a discusion that gives air to peoples racist views towards travellers can we answer Why? How? and How can we stop it because the authorities clearly do not make enough effort.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/...eared-overnight.html

Making more sites available, for the travelling community would be a massive step. Whilst their are councils and people that are nimby about this ethnic group. They will just turn up anywhere and feel that they aren't accepted, so why should they clear up after themselves! I'm not condoning their actions, just giving their mindset. I know that down the road in Newark, their is a site and they have been accepted in that town to a certain extent.




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The question you should be asking is "If they were responsible, how did people with no fixed abode come to be in possession of so much rubbish?"


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Its not domestic rubbish. Its an organised criminal racket whereby Gypsies are paid by small time local builders and house clearers who renovate Kitchens and bathrooms to dispose of debris that would be expensive to dispose of at the tip, especialy if it may contain asbestos, you can see that from the rubbish. Its cheaper for the dodgy builders to pay the gypsies who get rid of it much cheaper no questions asked and can then pocket the waste disposal part of thier quotes from thier customers.


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Plus it adds a nought to the property prices in Grays.....




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MHT, I knew that perfectly well!

TBH, I really ought to have replied to Windy, who is implying that the rubbish is the result of a short stay on an illegal site.

The organisation of waste disposal by local authorities and the attitudes to it of some householders and small (and dodgy) businesses is a subject which could occupy us all for a very long time.

PS Are all travellers gypsies? And are all these 'organised' fly-tippers travellers/gypsies?


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PS Are all travellers gypsies?

No. Some are pikeys. As are Gillingham fans, I understand Tongue


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Behave!


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MHT, I knew that perfectly well!

TBH, I really ought to have replied to Windy, who is implying that the rubbish is the result of a short stay on an illegal site.

The organisation of waste disposal by local authorities and the attitudes to it of some householders and small (and dodgy) businesses is a subject which could occupy us all for a very long time.

PS Are all travellers gypsies? And are all these 'organised' fly-tippers travellers/gypsies?

I should've really read the linkBlush! How can anyone say that Gypsies are to blame for this fly tipping eyesore, or modern artTongue! I would suggest that every man and his dog has been dumping crap there for a long long time!




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If that's a mile in Essex, it's no wonder Runwell and co have problems getting to matches. 300 yards? 400 yards?


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At long last around here anyone dropping litter can be fined and quite a few have - all plead innocents, poverty of ignorance of the law, notices are on nearly ever lamppost by our local shopping centre. Is this not a case of from small acorns, if everyone was educated not to drop litter from an early age they would not grow up into fly tippers.

In this computerised age it should be easy to trace part of the chain who have created this mess, a few bar code readers and a few eagle eyed officials looking at clues will soon find either who dumped it or more probably who was having work done and then employed builders who employed such tippers.

As an aside, I have been in Oxford City Centre today, it's all pedestrianised these days for much of the day but cyclists flout the laws as they do every other law pertaining to them in the City. There is a Christmas Market in Market Street and at each end of the market are two large red notices "cyclists dismount" while I was walking through one chap on a mountain bike crashed into one of the stalls.


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...while I was walking through one chap on a mountain bike crashed into one of the stalls.


Good.


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...while I was walking through one chap on a mountain bike crashed into one of the stalls.


Good.




I have found that cycles are prone to wobbling and veering off course , if you just nudge the back wheel with your foot as it passes level. Then walk off smiling happily to yourself.


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At long last around here anyone dropping litter can be fined and quite a few have - all plead innocents, poverty of ignorance of the law, notices are on nearly ever lamppost by our local shopping centre. Is this not a case of from small acorns, if everyone was educated not to drop litter from an early age they would not grow up into fly tippers.

In this computerised age it should be easy to trace part of the chain who have created this mess, a few bar code readers and a few eagle eyed officials looking at clues will soon find either who dumped it or more probably who was having work done and then employed builders who employed such tippers.

As an aside, I have been in Oxford City Centre today, it's all pedestrianised these days for much of the day but cyclists flout the laws as they do every other law pertaining to them in the City. There is a Christmas Market in Market Street and at each end of the market are two large red notices "cyclists dismount" while I was walking through one chap on a mountain bike crashed into one of the stalls.



There are enironmental enforecement officers (commonly known as fag police) in Maidstone town centre dishing out fines for people dropping litter, usually smokers, although how many of these fines actually get paid is another matter.

I saw a copper nab a cyclist the other day for cycling through a pedestrainised area but he just had a word and took no further action.

When I saw the title of this thread I though it was about the road onto Canvey IslandTongue


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...while I was walking through one chap on a mountain bike crashed into one of the stalls.


Good.




I have found that cycles are prone to wobbling and veering off course , if you just nudge the back wheel with your foot as it passes level. Then walk off smiling happily to yourself.



Try it on a police cyclist and see where you end upUnsure


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...while I was walking through one chap on a mountain bike crashed into one of the stalls.


Good.




I have found that cycles are prone to wobbling and veering off course , if you just nudge the back wheel with your foot as it passes level. Then walk off smiling happily to yourself.



Try it on a police cyclist and see where you end upUnsure

Probably cheaper than calling him a pleb!!!



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The clear up has begun although it is expected that some of the rubbish won't be removed until the area is redeveloped.

Apparently some paper work has been found with addresses on so some people might be getting a visitShocked


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...while I was walking through one chap on a mountain bike crashed into one of the stalls.


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I have found that cycles are prone to wobbling and veering off course , if you just nudge the back wheel with your foot as it passes level. Then walk off smiling happily to yourself.


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No, not a dot matrix print out of the 29th October by election thread but a real 1 mile of fly tipped rubbish found in Essex.

The travellers are to blame....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/...eared-overnight.html



From an article from the ****? They may well have left *some* rubbish, but this looks to be a much wider issue. This looks like organised London gangs to me, who have often used Thurrock for their activities over many years. Even Pharmaceutical waste has turned up. Suggests there is a dubious waste collector around, who I hope sees the full force of the law. I suspect there are a long chain of people involved in this - not just one particular group. I know someone at Essex Police who has told me in the past about crime gangs in London dumping rubbish in various parts of Essex, where the perpetrators think they can avoid the eye of the Law.

Anyone who has seen the amount of litter beside/along the A13 through Thurrock will understand what I dumping ground this is. I suspect it's not just the folks of Grays/Tilbury et al that are responsible....



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If that's a mile in Essex, it's no wonder Runwell and co have problems getting to matches. 300 yards? 400 yards?



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Looks like a bridleway to me, and it stretches beyond the bend at the background. Presumably quite easy to get some larger vehicles along it.

As Isaac says, this part of Purfleet has been earmarked by Thurrock Council for big redevelopment for some time. Looks like they will mainly leave earth/general building materials (assuming it's not contaminated soil) on site, and clear all the appliances etc for recycling etc. Hopefully the Council won't back down, despite the obvious amount of additional legal costs involved? Be nice to claim that back from those responsible.



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