Residents in shadows of mountain of rubbish

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Residents in shadows of mountain of rubbish
26th June 2014

Residents living in a quiet cul-de-sac in Bromley find themselves living in the shadow of a mountain of rubbish.

Waste4Fuel who runs the site have a licence for 5,000 tons of waste but the mound is thought to be closer 18,000.

The Environment Agency is locked in a legal battle with the company to get them to remove the waste.

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