More than 40 tonnes of rubbish dumped at industrial estate late at night

A HUGE pile of waste has been dumped at an industrial estate in Cheshire. More than 40 tonnes of rubbish was reportedly left on Hardwick Grange in Woolston by a tipper truck at around midnight on Friday, August 27.

The fly-tipping – which included a mattress, a fridge, road signs, traffic cones, barriers, tyres and broken wooden pallets – occurred near to the gates of the Iceland distribution depot. More than 40 tonnes of rubbish dumped at industrial estate late at night Several outraged residents have contacted the Warrington Guardian to report their concerns.

More than 40 tonnes of rubbish dumped at industrial estate late at night Warrington Borough Council says that is working with the Environment Agency to investigate the matter and would remove the waste ‘as soon as possible’. A spokesman said: “We have received a report about a large amount of fly-tipping at Hardwick Grange, so our environmental crime team have visited the site.

“As this is a large-scale incident, we will work with the Environment Agency to investigate this further and have the waste removed as soon as possible.”