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Fly-tippers fined and more Fixed Penalty Notices given in Thurrock

14 February 2018
Three fly-tipping cases in Grays and Tilbury have resulted in Thurrock Council issuing three Fixed Penalty Notices worth £400 each or £1200 in total.
As part of the council's 'Clean it, Cut it, Fill it' initiative, council enforcement officers are continuing to take a tough approach.
Alleyways next to William Street in Grays and Christchurch Road in Tilbury were subjected to the dumping of household waste. Council enforcement officers supported by local residents were able to provide evidence of dumping and identified the perpetrators allowing fines to be issued.

Fly-tippers in Thurrock fined

10 October 2017
Four fly-tipping cases in Grays and Tilbury have resulted in Thurrock Council issuing Fixed Penalty Notices worth £1,600.
As part of the council's clean it, cut it, fill it initiative, council enforcement officers are taking a tougher approach
A private alleyway behind Oak Road, Grays was subjected to the dumping of building waste which, over time, was transferred to Grove Road. Letters found by officers allowed them to identify the perpetrators and issue a fine.