"We had work done to my dad's home to modernise it during February so he wasn't there, but even the workmen said how there were a lot of flies in the house.
This suits the Waste Contract Department again. The waste contract states that the councils will procure needs 13,000 tonnes monthly in the blackbin of 'organic' and 'calorific' waste this includes plastics as admitted to by RRS/Shanks at the incinerator inquiry. How coincidental that recycling plastics is now looking very poor. The PFI documents sent to DEFRA state that the incinerator 'project' should be made to look 'aesthetically pleasing'. What better way to do this, than make recycling look bad? Biffa could easily sort this out Nike Kyrie Lebron Pack
He said: "We are aware that some residents close to the site at Trafalgar Park are experiencing issues with flies and so we are working with the local environmental health officer to address this and ensure that the site is operated to a high standard.
"We will continue to monitor the situation."
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And in a message to councillors in the area, Karl Suschitzky, senior environmental health officer, said: "I am satisfied that Biffa at Trafalgar Park, Sinfin, were causing a statutory nuisance from flies.
"Should Biffa breach this notice, we will consider prosecution proceedings against them whereby they could be fined up to a maximum of Tina Ruffin said her father, Keith White , 79, from Elmtree Avenue, had seen the problem return.
but that would then mean that they would not have the chance of sending plastics for incineration instead of recycling, to their other waste partners.
The planning committee managed to slip Transcycle into the middle of a residencial area without any knowledge of local rsidents and now we are stuck.
"And last week, when we went round, we noticed a lot of dead flies again so the problem was definitely back."
Steve Norman, regional operations manager at Biffa's Trafalgar Park facility in Nike Zoom Mens Basketball Shoes Derby, said that had been repeated.
At least people have got chance to complain about the incinerator.
Last year, more than 50 residents around the area signed a petition calling for action to be taken.
Enviroment Health do not do anything , Trancycle spray from May. Wonder what that does to us locals, although it does little to stop the flies
"Consequently, I have served an abatement Notice on them under Section 80 of The Environmental Protection Act 1990.
flys from Transcycle is a nightmare every year. we can not leave our door or windows open in the warm weather or the house is filled with huge flys.
Biffa "fogged" the building with insecticide following the complaints.
collect plastics, despite many residents wanting this, (the Council leader acknowledged this was their most popular request) and asking why plastics recycling points in their area were dissappearing. Amber valley also signed up to the incinerator contract to supply 'calorific' waste such as plastics it is easy to see why they do not want to recycle plastics.
Firm faces hefty fine if it does not stop flies from bugging residents
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