Watch – Awful! Flytippers dump 100 tonnes of rubbish
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Shocking pictures show more than 100 tonnes of rubbish – including dangerous asbestos – dumped by flytippers next to a beauty spot. The enormous mound of rubble, containing building materials and even human waste, will cost the taxpayer more than £20,000 to remove.
Council workers are currently trawling through the mass of waste to find traces of those responsible before the clean-up can begin. It’s been dumped close to the Wat Tyler Country Park near Basildon, Essex, known for its 125 acres of country walks and wildlife.
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