Hundreds of bags of rubbish left by Travellers at Harold Hill pub finally cleared by security company
PUBLISHED: 15:50 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 15:50 16 July 2018
Nearly two months after the Travellers left the site all of the rubbish has finally been cleared.
Piles of rubbish left by Travellers’ at a Harold Hill pub has finally been cleared up months after they left the site.
A team of six men from Phase Two Security Solutions took more than two weeks to clear the site, and hundreds of bags of rubbish were taken away to landfill sites.
Sofas, mattresses, a child’s scooter, bags of nappies, camping chairs and wooden pallets were among just some of the items left by the group on the site on the corner of Edenhall Road, Bridgwater Road and Hilldene Avenue.
The group left the site on Monday, May 28 and now nearly two months later the site has finally been cleared.
Roger Hogg, 30, is the owner of the security company that took the rubbish away and said that they started work on Tuesday, June 3 and finished on last Friday (June 13).
He said: “All the clearance has now been done.
“We’ve got rid of everything now and the smell has now gone.
“On the first day we had something like 500 bags of rubbish, but residents seem happier now that it has all finally gone.
“It was in a really disgusting state, but everybody seems happy now.”
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