Woman admits flytipping rubbish in Hull tenfoot
A resident has been prosecuted after her waste was flytipped in a Hull tenfoot.
Elizabeth Louth, 52, of Illthorpe, failed to dispose of her waste with an authorised disposal service.
The waste was subsequently flytipped in a tenfoot in Welwyn Park Avenue in May.
Residents complained to Hull City Council and an investigation was launched.
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At Hull Magistrates Court on November 30, Ms Louth pleaded guilty and received an order of conditional discharge for six months and ordered to pay £200 costs.
Councillor John Hewitt, portfolio holder for neighbourhood and communities, said: "Residents need to make sure that anyone who offers to remove their waste can produce the appropriate licence that's issued by the Environment Agency.
"If they don't, then I would urge them not to use their services, as there is a chance the waste may be dumped and the council will prosecute – as this case proves."
To see a register of authorised waste carriers, visit www.hullcc.gov.uk or call 01482 300300.