Flytipper with hefty bill of more than £1,000 after dumping waste
From the Slough Express: A further victory in the war against local flytippers. A man from Iver has been fined more than £1,000 after dumping black bin bags full of household waste on the roadside not far from Langley tip. Sanjeev Sharma, 45, of The Close, was convicted at Wycombe Magistrates Court on July 10 after pleading guilty to fly-tipping. Three plastic bags full of household waste were found dumped by an enforcement officer from South Bucks District Council in Trenches Lane, Iver. Items of correspondence found within the waste were traced back to Sharma. When questioned by enforcement officers, Sharma claimed he had gone to Langley Household Waste Recycling Centre on March 3 but it was closed and he had stopped on the side of the road due to a faulty car. He said he took the bags of waste out of the car to get access to tools and had forgot to put them back into the car. Sharma was fined £335 and ordered to pay £750 in prosecution costs and a £34 victim surcharge, totalling £1,119.