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Hornchurch man pleads not guilty to dumping hazardous waste at Upminster fly-tipping hotspot

PUBLISHED: 17:00 13 November 2017

Snaresbrook Crown Court (Picture: John Stillwell/PA)

Snaresbrook Crown Court (Picture: John Stillwell/PA)

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A 31-year-old Hornchurch man who denies dumping harmful waste in one of Havering’s notorious fly-tipping hotspots will stand trial in February.

Noel Doolan, of Sarre Avenue, has been charged with one count of disposing controlled waste in a manner that is likely to cause pollution or harm to human health.

He pleaded not guilty at Snaresbrook Crown Court this morning (Mon).

The alleged incident took place last year in Gerpins Lane, Upminster, around December 3 last year.

Mr Doolan is next due to appear at the courthouse in Hollybush Hill, Wanstead, for a pre-trial preparation hearing on February 12 before a trial is due to start in the week commencing February 26.

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