Brokmer End Road, SL7 near Homefield Wood
Reported in the Flytipping (off-road) category anonymously at 15:10, Tuesday 23 June 2020
Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later
Repeated fly-tipping of what looks like human waste (vomit) on rural roads near Marlow Common. Normally white plastic bags (the size of a standard supermarket bag) or branded supermarket bags have been thrown onto the road or roadside with the contents spilling out. On 23/06/20 five or six bags spilling this waste were in the road on Chalkpit Lane, SL7. They are also frequently on Brokmer End Road, SL7, down and up the hill close to the entrance of Homefield Wood. This leaves high numbers of plastic bags on the road and roadside and, because of the questionable contents, is also a potential public health risk.
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State changed to: Closed
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 01:12, Wednesday 15 July 2020
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