The following Email was sent to us on 25th Nov 2017 and has been passed on to the PC (Name & Phone Number withheld).
I walked past the small building site (adjacent to the primary school) a few days ago.
Instead of disposing of their construction waste in a skip there was a fire with various materials in, being topped up with sheets of plastic.
I appreciate that the company wants to keep their costs down, but this isn't a legal or appropriate way to do it.
Could you please advise me who I should contact to visit the site soon, to ensure they get, and use a skip, and stop making highly toxic fires right in the centre of a residential area.
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