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11 minutes ago, Jack.P said:

Not exactly asbestos or tyres dumped though as just looks like arb waste .he could have just dumped it on grass verge by a road and people would have taken it for firewood.

 

It's the principle of it. There are plenty of legitimate ways to dispose of arb waste, fly tipping any waste on someone's property is a scumbag move.

 

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1 hour ago, Jack.P said:

Not exactly asbestos or tyres dumped though as just looks like arb waste .he could have just dumped it on grass verge by a road and people would have taken it for firewood

 

 

 

I'm sure that I'm not the only one to read this along with some of your other posts and think you're close to being a pikey. 

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15 hours ago, Lowestoft Firewood said:

I'm sure that I'm not the only one to read this along with some of your other posts and think you're close to being a pikey. 

Fair enough .everyone is entitled to the own opinion but doesn’t necessarily mean it’s right .

could give you a ring for a chat if your that worried about pikeys 

 

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3 minutes ago, Jack.P said:

Fair enough .everyone is entitled to the own opinion but doesn’t necessarily mean it’s right .

could give you a ring for a chat if your that worried about pikeys 

 

condoning fly tipping is a pretty pikey point of view.

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4 minutes ago, donnk said:

condoning fly tipping is a pretty pikey point of view.

Sure it’s bad and not ideal but most  green waste is much better than any household or builders junk .have seen logs left next to jobs by roads and people collect them for firewood .a week later big pile of wood gone by passers by

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17 hours ago, Jack.P said:

Not exactly asbestos or tyres dumped though as just looks like arb waste .he could have just dumped it on grass verge by a road and people would have taken it for firewood

 

 

 

So you think it would have been ok to dump that on the grass verge then,right?

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7 minutes ago, Jack.P said:

Sure it’s bad and not ideal but most  green waste is much better than any household or builders junk .have seen logs left next to jobs by roads and people collect them for firewood .a week later big pile of wood gone by passers by

ok jack.

 

It's not what was dropped that is the issue its the fact that it WAS dropped.

 

It shows a lack or respect of the law, the landowners property and the environment.

 

A bit like when a van load of pikies roll up on someone elses land and leave a god forsaken mess for someone else to clean up.

 

They same group that then scream discrimination when all the locals are  pissed off and want them gone never to return.

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100 yards from the tip captured on camera (left), dumped on the same day.  And last Saturday's tip, less than a mile away.  So A) it's not a one-off; and B) it's not suitable as firewood.

As a wild stab in the dark I say it could be the same individual. So inaction generates repeat behaviour until they no longer get away with it.

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100 yards from the tip captured on camera (left), dumped on the same day.  And last Saturday's tip, less than a mile away.  So A) it's not a one-off; and B) it's not suitable as firewood.
As a wild stab in the dark I say it could be the same individual. So inaction generates repeat behaviour until they no longer get away with it.
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I think I’d be leaving some strips of roofing batten with about 200 nails in each batten overnight and put up the motion camera to capture the moment. ......
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