Reminder issued after fly-tipping case

A reminder has been issued to Amber Valley residents to make sure they know how their rubbish is being disposed of, following a fly-tipping prosecution by Amber Valley Borough Council, under the Environmental Protection Act, at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates Court.

Vanessa Selby of Beighton Street, Ripley, was fined and ordered to pay costs and a victim surcharge totaling £770.00, when she pleaded guilty to not taking measures to ensure household waste was disposed of by an authorised person.

Commented Councillor David Taylor, Amber Valley Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Housing and Public Health: “It is important when residents engage someone to dispose of any rubbish that they know where that rubbish is being taken. If the rubbish is disposed of in an illegal manner they are ultimately responsible, as this case has shown.”

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