Dayton, Ohio-Task force goes after illegal dumpers- With an estimated 1,000 illegal dump sites in the county ranging from a few bags of trash to mountains of tires, Montgomery County’s Environmental Crimes Task Force felt it time to move from simply educating citizens about the economic and environmental impact of illegal dumping to having an enforcement arm
Rail firms work to take dumping on Vallejo tracks to next station - Vallejo Times Herald- Trash along Vallejo's railroad tracks can seem like a freight train when there's no end in sight. It's a problem that's gotten so bad that Mare Island Railroad vice president Rydel Peterson said he and his staff devote at least one entire day per week picking up trash and hauling away items. Peterson said he and his employees have hauled away so many discarded tires
Rubbish dumped near the Clutha River has concerned a Balclutha resident who fears some of the waste could be toxic. The rubbish is strewn around a former gravel-dredging area by the Clutha River, off Barnego Rd on the outskirts of Balclutha. When the Otago Daily Times visited the site there was a washing machine, five containers labelled as agricultural products, sheep remains, and household waste among the rubbish dumped on gravel and in the grass.
Illegal dumping still a problem on the streets of Harrisburg - CBS 21 In 2009, CBS 21 News hit the streets to show you just how bad the problem of illegal dumping is in the city of Harrisburg. Today, we revisited those streets to learn, after four years, unfortunately not much has changed. The city even pledged $100,000 to help in the clean-up. Old couches, car seats and piles of trash are dumped right next to places like Bill Hooper's income tax service