"No excuses" as woman is fined for fly-tipping in east Hull
A woman has been fined almost £600 for fly-tipping in east Hull.
Naomi Hayward, 22, of Shoreditch Close, failed to comply with a legal notice after waste was found by Hull City Council's street cleansing team on July 16.
One black bag and 10 shopping bags were found by the team as fly-tipped waste on a public path between Shoreditch Close and Barnett Close underpass in east Hull.
An Environmental Neighbourhood Nuisance Officer investigated and tried to contact Ms Hayward several times.
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In January, Ms Hayward was found guilty in her absence under section at Hull Magistrates' Court. She was fined £400, costs of £175 and a victim surcharge of £15 bringing the total to £590.
Councillor John Hewitt, portfolio holder for neighbourhoods and communities, said: "Residents must take care when disposing of waste whether they do this themselves or via a waste carrier. We have three recycling centres across the city and a household collection services where waste can be recycled and disposed of, so there are no excuses."