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Householder to pay £1,200 after fly-tipped waste found on Nottinghamshire road

A Nottinghamshire council has prosecuted a woman after the waste was discovered on a rural road.

Newark and Sherwood District Council has successfully prosecuted an offender for a household waste duty of care offence after fly-tipped waste was found on Trent Lane, Kelham.

The offender, Larisa Moldovan, pleaded guilty at Nottingham Magistrates Court to the offence and was ordered to pay a total of £1200, including a fine and costs.

A spokesperson said:

‘Fly-tipping is illegal.

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‘If you are paying a third party to dispose of your waste it is your responsibility to ensure it is done so legally.

‘If the waste is found fly-tipped you will be fined or potentially prosecuted.’

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