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Tonnes of dumped rubbish removed from Farnley road

Several tonnes of illegally dumped waste had to be removed from a road in Farnley after it blocked access for emergency vehicles.

Clean Leeds team from Leeds City Council cleared the plasterboard, cardboard and loft insulation that had been dumped in Green Lane.

Posting on Twitter, Clean Leeds said:

“Tonnes of Plaster Board & loft insulation removed today from #green lane #LS12 after someone decided to Dump it & block access for Emergency services & Refuse #Yourwaste #Yourresponsibility #crimenottocare please #report it if you see it #oneleeds #onelove @James_A_Rogers.”

The clean-up came after Wortley resident Matt Gibson tweeted:


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