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THE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 13 2017


Herald The Llanelli www.llanelliherald.comfacebook.com/thellanelliheraldtwitter.com/llanelliherald • January 13th 2017 • Issue 98


DUMPING 50 BIN BAGS A LLANELLI man who dumped 50


rubbish bags, blue bags a mattress and a garden strimmer at two locations in the town appeared before Magistrates in Llanelli on Friday (Jan 6). Adrian Jenkins, 50, of Station Road,


pleaded guilty to two charges of depositing waste without an environmental permit. Prosecuting for Carmarthenshire County


Council, Kelly Byrne said that on April 14 last year, Natural Resources Wales officers came across a large volume of waste which had been fly-tipped near Lliedi Reservoir. Items tipped included mixed garden waste, mixed household waste, a mattress, old paint tins, plastics, electrical items, and full blue recycling bags. Letters were found which were addressed to a house in Llanelli. At around the same time, council


environmental enforcement officers visited a known fly-tipping hotspot to the rear of Clifton Terrace where they found, among other items, 40-50 rubbish bags, a wooden shed, clothes, an ironing board and a strimmer. Letters found at the site led officers to


a Swiss Valley address, where the resident told them that a neighbour had been having a clear-out and had taken a bag of rubbish for her.


The neighbour confirmed that the items


were hers, and that her father – the defendant – and another man had turned up in a red pick-up offering to remove it. She added that she had paid them £40 for this.


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FLY-TIPPER FINED FOR AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT SHOWS PROGRESS BUT NO ANSWERS


THOMAS CALLS FOR FULL AUDIT AT PEMBREY


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Bill Thomas: We have to look at how past errors arose


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