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Council campaign to name and shame fly tippers continues

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Blackburn with Darwen Council are continuing with the campaign to publicly name and shame local residents who are caught fly tipping.

The latest prosecutions involve residents not disposing of their rubbish correctly after it was found dumped near their homes.

Miss Janet Clough, of Highfield Street, Darwen was charged with failing to comply with a Section 46 notice of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, by not disposing of her rubbish properly.

In a separate case Miss Dorota Kaminska and Mr Patryk Jarzebski, of Foxhouse Street, Blackburn, were charged with failing to comply with a Section 46 notice of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, by not disposing of their rubbish properly.

Both cases were brought before Blackburn Magistrates Court by Blackburn with Darwen Council on September 7 and each were fined £200, as well as £250 costs and £15 victim surcharge.

 

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