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Heaps of rubbish strewn across the Pleinmont Headland

Heaps of rubbish strewn across the Pleinmont Headland

Thursday 15 April 2021

Heaps of rubbish strewn across the Pleinmont Headland

Blue bag recycling, metal frames, drawers and nets have all been dumped around the cliffs at Pleinmont.

Walkers have this week encountered masses of litter strewn across the Pleinmont Headland.

The fly tipping varied from larger items such as drawers and metal frames, to everyday rubbish like milk cartons and tins that can be disposed of through kerbside recycling. 




Pictured: Some of the litter that Mary Pestana came across while walking around by Pleinmont Point. 

Express asked representatives for Guernsey Police and Guernsey Waste yesterday if they were aware of the fly-tipping and whether a complaint had been made, however neither has responded. 

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